Space weather is a multi-disciplinary research area connecting scientists from across all domains requiring the whole global community to work together.
Action Teams work via self-guided topical collaborations on different aspects of space weather organized into ISWAT Clusters.
Clusters shown on the image above are clickable links to dedicated webpages that contain information about Cluster goals and links to entry pages of registered Action Teams.
ISWAT Clusters are enhancing our capabilities through shared resources forming partnerships to maximize return on investments to national and international space weather programs.
The ISWAT initiative provides a portal for state-of-the-art in space-weather science and modeling.
The ISWAT initiative provides an ideal opportunity for the next generations to take the lead and shine in the community.
The COSPAR ISWAT initiative is a channel for community inputs to our Living Global Space Weather Roadmap.
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