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The impact of solar activity during present solar cycle -24 on heliospheric physics and space weather
Convener: Ahmed Hady  | Co-Convener: Christine Amory-Mazaudier 

Since the present deep minimum of Solar Cycle 24, provides the quietest sun seen in history, a dedicated study of the impact of this deep minimum on various aspects of heliospheric physics and space weather will provide the main thrust of this session. (With special reference to planetary atmospheres, conditions in interplanetary space, impact on Earth’s magnetosphere and ionosphere)
The aim of this session is to bring together communities interested in Solar-Terrestrial relations, Space Weather and solar physics, including observing and modeling. Our session is to opens major new research in cross fertilization between the Sun and its influence on heliospheric physics and space weather.
The presentations and discussions at the session also focuses on identifying the highest priority needs for operational services that can guide future researches and identifying new high-value capabilities that can be transitioned into operations in Space physics, solar interactions.