Author Archives: andre.csillaghy
Database of services updated
The database of services has been considerably updated. It has been merged with the COST 0803 Space Weather Asset Catalogue. The next development step in the merging of the information about resources is the unification of the information provided.
New report available
Another document has become available: The “Report detailing services available to the solar, heliospheric and planetary communities” is available here
COST Space Weather Asset Catalogue integrated
In time for the ESWW10, the COST ES0803 Space Weather Asset Catalogue has been integrated with the CASSIS list of resources. This integration has produced the largest resource list available to date in the solar system sciences.
CASSIS Booth at the ESWW10 Fair
Hi anyone, come and visit us at the fair at ESWW10. If you ave data and services to register we can do this right away on-site!
Session at the next European Space Weather Week
The next European Space Weather Week will have a full session dedicated to the discussion of actual data and model infrastructures as well as the discussion of the future of these platforms. We will publish the results of this session … Continue reading
CASSIS in its third review
The project CASSIS is in its third review on Friday, September 6th. CASSIS has initiated this community of practice.
Data and Model Infrastructures Session at ESWW10
Please note that there will be a session on data and model infrastructures at the next European Space Weather Week: http://www.stce.be/esww10/sessions/infrastructures.php
Explorespace at EGU 2013
Explorespace.eu is officially launched at EGU 2013! The site is currently representing only our personal view of the data space. Please register to this site and consider making contributions. The more contributions we have, the more this site will be … Continue reading
The service database is online
We have just published our service database. One of the first step on the way to this remote goal is to capture the information of services provided by the communities that are potentially interesting to share. This should allow us to get … Continue reading
Who started explorespace.eu?
This website has been sparked by the CASSIS Project. CASSIS is a “Coordination and support action” funded by the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° 261618 CASSIS unites former members of three FP7 funded projects that … Continue reading
Welcome to explorespace.eu! This web site aims at creating an integrated environment necessary to span the inter-disciplinary boundaries in Heliophysics.