|141. The Joint Acceptance Ceremony of NSSC-ESA Geostationary Millimeter-wave Atmospheric Sounder Demonstrator held in Beijing
On Jan. 11, 2018, the Geostationary Millimeter-wave Atmospheric Sounder Demonstrator jointly developed by the National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences (NSSC, CAS) and the European Space Agency (ESA) passed the Joint Acceptance Review, which is the first substantial achievement
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|142. Satellite to Give Clearer Picture of Global Emissions
An observation satellite launched on Thursday by China to monitor carbon dioxide levels in Earth's atmosphere aims to provide a clearer picture of whether countries' efforts to cut emissions are working.
"The satellite will keep a clear record of CO2 emissions and absorption in different co
Keywords： Published time：2016-12-29 10:09
|143. 【Xinhua】How will quantum communication change life?
The imminent launch of the world's first quantum communication satellite is widely believed to herald a breakthrough in China's development of quantum technology.
Mysterious and confusing, the study of minute particles smaller than atoms has been applied in fields as diverse as computer pro
Keywords： Published time：2016-08-18 11:38
|144. NSSC Scientists constructed regional 3-D ionospheric electron density data assimilation model over China and adjacent ar
Recently, a regional 3-D ionospheric electron density specification over China and adjacent areas (70oE-140oE in longitude, 15oN-55o N in latitude, and 100-900 km in altitude) is developed by NSSC researchers: A Ercha, Liu Siqing, a s well as other colleagues.
This model is established on t
Keywords： Published time：2016-07-19 16:41
|145. The intrepid bearers of the celestial sword
A group of Chinese scientists have something on their mind, and it does not get any darker than this.
This is a search unlike any other: It's going on in the darkness of outer space, and the hunters have no idea where their quarry is or when it will pop up. In fact they do not know what the
Keywords： Published time：2016-03-08 11:39
|146. Electic "Tornadoes" in Space Drive Disturbances Down to Earth
New simulations show how shocks in space can trigger vortexes in Earth's magnetic field, causing magnetic disturbances that are detective from the ground.
When solar storms strike Earth, the blast of charged particles causes disturbances in our planet’s magnetic field both in space an
Keywords： Published time：2016-01-21 16:03
|147. 【BCAS】China, ESA to Jointly Explore Space Weather
European and Chinese scientists have recommended the Solar-wind Magnetosphere Ionosphere Link Explorer (Smile) as their candidate for a collaborative science mission for launch in 2021.
‘Smile’ will investigate the interaction between the Earth’s protective shield—the magnetosphere—and
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|148. 【Space Weather】FEATURE ARTICLE: Operational Space Weather Service in National Space Science Center of Chinese Academy
Keywords： Published time：2015-11-26 09:04
|149. China’s scientific satellites to enter uncharted territory
A series of scientific satellites, including one to probe dark matter, will be launched later this year and next year, said Wu Ji, director of the National Space Science Center under the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
This image provided by the Illustris Collaboration in May 2014 shows dark
Keywords： Published time：2015-10-27 08:46
|150. NSSC scientists provided evidence that scintillations can be associated with plasma blobs in the low-latitude ionosphere
Recently, based on the scintillation data from at low latitude station and the in-situ plasma density data from ROCSAT-1 satellite, researchers from the State Key Laboratory of Space Weather, the National Space Science Center (NSSC), Wang Zheng and Prof. Shi Jiankui, as well as other colleagues
Keywords：Ionospheric scintillations;plasma blob; Published time：2015-09-06 14:53
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