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  • Système terrestre | BIRA-IASB
    Aérosols et climat Risques naturels Météo chimique Ozone Aérosols volcanisme UV à la surface Météo spatiale Missions spatiales Scénario de mission Design d instruments et technologie Mission opérations Data management Système Terre La science du système terrestre vise à intégrer divers domaines d étude afin d assimiler la Terre comme un système Elle étudie l interaction entre l atmosphère l hydrosphère la lithosphère et la biosphère Définition plus exhaustive en

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  • Risques naturels | BIRA-IASB
    Protocoles internationaux Qualité de l air Aérosols et climat Risques naturels Météo chimique Ozone Aérosols volcanisme UV à la surface Météo spatiale Missions spatiales Scénario de mission Design d instruments et technologie Mission opérations Data management Risques naturels On appelle risque naturel toute exposition potentielle à une catastrophe naturelle qui affectera des individus ou l environnement comme les éruptions volcaniques les séismes les inondations les tsunamis etc Crédits University of

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  • Missions spatiales | BIRA-IASB
    NASA Exomars mission ALTIUS PICARD EPT ISS SOLSPEC ROSETTA Venus Express Mars Express Avant la mission L IASB aide à déterminer les besoins scientifiques et les concepts technologiques Des outils et des modèles fournissant des données cruciales sur l environnement spatial sont élaborés à l IASB et utilisés par des ingénieurs afin de définir des missions et de concevoir des instruments L IASB joue un rôle majeur dans l accomplissement

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  • Search | BIRA-IAB | aeronomie.be
    Royal Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy What is BIRA IASB What is aeronomy Organisation Jobs News Press Planetarium visit Search Page Custom Search

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  • BIRA-IASB Research topics
    Dust Earth System Ionosphere Atmospheric chemistry Atmosphere biosphere Electromagnetic radiation Global Change Atmospheric change International protocols Air quality Aerosols and climate Natural hazards Chemical weather Ozone Aerosols volcanic ash warning UV at the surface Space weather Space missions Mission scenarios

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  • Aeronomy services | BIRA-IASB
    industry scientists and the general public Some of these services are operational meaning that they must satisfy constraints of continuity and availability while others consist chiefly of developing innovative software solutions What they all have in common is a high technological content and great attention is paid to the needs of the users These services are developed in close collaboration with our scientists and engineers who in this way see

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  • What is BIRA-IASB? | BIRA-IASB
    tasks are research and public service in space aeronomy which is the physics and chemistry of the atmosphere of the Earth and other planets and of outer space Our scientists rely on ground based balloon air or space borne instruments and computer models BIRA IASB focuses on Chemistry Physics of Atmospheres and Space Physics designs and builds instruments to monitor atmospheres and the space environment operates Belgian experiments on board

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  • What is aeronomy? BIRA-IASB
    space up to hundreds of thousands of kilometers from the Earth where there is no more atmosphere but where the magnetic field of our planet is still present In general aeronomy is the science that studies all planetary atmospheres in which physical and chemical processes resulting from the dissociation and ionization phenomena under the influence of the solar radiation are important Aeronomy has grown considerably with the launch of artificial

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