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ST5 Project Scientist Answers Your Questions

ST5 principal investigator James Slavin Dr. James Slavin
Chief, Laboratory for Solar and Space Physics
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center




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Our first question comes from Marco from Tuscany: Where did the magnetosphere come from, and why is it important to know more about it?
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Junichi from Nihama City: The magnetosphere is invisible, isn't it? How does ST5 mission map the magnetic field around Earth?
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Our last question comes from Kiko from Nagasaki: How does the research from the ST5 differ from other solar wind, sunspots, plasma measuring satellites?
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