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Manuscript Submission Deadline 07 October 2022

Space Physics community members are putting substantial efforts and ideas into white papers, in preparation for the U.S. Heliophysics Decadal Survey process; an analysis of the current state of the field and where future research, mission programs, and funding should focus. Furthermore, Space Physics ...

Space Physics community members are putting substantial efforts and ideas into white papers, in preparation for the U.S. Heliophysics Decadal Survey process; an analysis of the current state of the field and where future research, mission programs, and funding should focus. Furthermore, Space Physics community members in Europe and the U.S. have recently put substantial efforts and ideas into white papers for Vision 2050 and Heliophysics 2050. There are also other ideas in the community about the needs and focus of future Space Physics research efforts.

With this in mind, we have created this Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences Research Topic 'The Future of Space Physics 2022', to provide a format for a reference-able, archived, accessible collection of these ideas from around the world. We wish to make these ideas available to the research community and a wider audience, by developing this collection. The collection will publish high-quality papers on key topics across the field of Space Physics, aiming to highlight recent advances in the field, whilst emphasizing important directions and new possibilities for future inquiries.

We welcome articles that consider the future of space physics research, in a variety of publication formats: Opinion articles, Perspective articles, Original Research articles, Reviews and Mini-Reviews, Hypothesis and Theory articles, Commentary articles, Technology and Code articles, will all be considered. Please see the article type page for more guidance on each manuscript type.

As soon as a manuscript is accepted for publication, the individual article will be published. Upon completion of the Research Topic, an open-access e-book collection of all articles will be available for download.

Keywords: Sun, solar wind, magnetosphere, ionosphere, plasma physics


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