Space Weather: The International Journal of Research and Applications—the first publication devoted to the emerging field of space weather—is an authoritative source for the research and applications community. Space Weather features peer-reviewed articles representing the latest engineering and science research in the field and up-to-date news as well as feature articles on government agency initiatives worldwide and space weather activities of the commercial sector.

Louis J. Lanzerotti, consulting physicist at Lucent Technologies' Bell Laboratories and distinguished research professor at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, is Editor of the new online publication.

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Online access to Space Weather is FREE through 31 March 2004. Paid subscriptions begin 1 April 2004.

Space Weather is published by AGU and co-sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the International Space Environment Service (ISES).