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Space-weather assets developed by the French space-physics community

Abstract : We present a short review of space-weather tools and services developed and maintained by the French space-physics community. They include unique data from ground-based observatories, advanced numerical models, automated identification and tracking tools, a range of space instrumentation and interconnected virtual observatories. The aim of the article is to highlight some advances achieved in this field of research at the national level over the last decade and how certain assets could be combined to produce better space-weather tools exploitable by space-weather centres and customers worldwide. This review illustrates the wide range of expertise developed nationally but is not a systematic review of all assets developed in France.
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A. P. Rouillard, R. F. Pinto, A. S. Brun, C. Briand, S. Bourdarie, et al.. Space-weather assets developed by the French space-physics community. SF2A-2016: Proceedings of the Annual meeting of the French Society of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Jun 2016, Lyon, France. pp.297-306. ⟨hal-02923724⟩

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