How Japan's Newly Launched Sattelite Will Study Earth's Radiation Belts

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has successfully launched a new satellite that will study the Earth’s inner magnetosphere by passing through the Van Allen radiation belts. Dubbed as “Arase,” the new Exploration of Energizing and Radiation in …
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