Australian Physics (Journal)

Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial work typesEditorial responsibility

Description

Special Issue Editor
Dr Alina Donea alina.donea@monash.edu
Editors
Dr David Hoxley
Dr Peter Kappen
Dr Clara Teniswood aip_editor@aip.org.au

Space
We are very pleased to present a special issue on Space Physics. This issue would not have come to life without a group of engaged people, brought together by guest editor Dr Alina Donea, who has co-ordinated, curated and shaped the articles and pieces that make up the heart of this iteration of Australian Physics.
As editors, we try to learn about the different physics that is ‘out there’ and help condense some of that into a magazine issue. This time, we had the luxury of taking one hand off the wheel and learning with a child’s eye. We learnt that Space Physics in Australia is not about one thing only. It is colourful and multi-factorial. It’s about looking at the Sun and looking down at Earth; space weather, geomagnetism, and satellites; flying things into orbit, new missions and reaching beyond so that we understand better how humankind could become an interplanetary species.
Period1 Jan 202224 Apr 2022
Type of journalSpecialist publication
ISSN1036-3831
Degree of RecognitionNational

Keywords

  • space weather
  • solar physics
  • satellites
  • forecast