NASA has approved two missions to better understand space weather

NASA will participate in two heliophysics missions that could give us the data we need to better understand solar winds and explosions or the entire space weather. The agency has officially announced its participation in the Extreme Ultraviolet High-Throughput Spectroscopic Telescope Epsilon Mission (EUVST) and the Electrojet Zeman Imaging Explorer (EZIE) program. In September 2019, NASA selected two of the three space-related proposals to receive $ 400,000 for a nine-month mission concept study.

EUVST is a solar telescope project that will focus more closely on how the solar wind releases solar wind into the atmosphere and emits solar objects, which affect the level of space radiation. The project, which is set to begin in 2026, is led by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JXA), but NASA will spend રેડ 55 million on the mission. His contributions include hardware such as UV detectors, support electronics, spectrograph components and guide telescopes.