We welcome any abstracts for presentations related to workshop topics. Authors should state clearly the program topics the paper is intended. Contributions that highlight interdisciplinary issues are particularly encouraged. About 15 minutes will be assigned for an oral presentation. Poster sessions will be organized during the workshop.

Abstracts of no more than 600 words must be submitted by on-line form served in this web site. If the abstract includes special symbols or graphics, the authors should send an email to local organization secretariats, unbssw-ihy2009@kasi.re.kr. The authors should check whether the abstract presented correctly on this web site after abstract submission. All responsibilities for abstracts are under the authors.

Notice: Abstract submission has been started on 1 April 2009.
On-line Submission
Fundamental physics
Astronomy and astrophysics
Solar-terrestrial interactions and its influence on terrestrial climate
Planetary and small bodies in solar system including NEOs (Near Earth Objects)
Origin of life and exo-planet
Observational research activities with small telescopes from ground or space
  Especially, the workshop will be structured around the following issues:
(1) Participation of nations in project development for international heliospheric space missions and supporting low-cost ground-based instrument array initiatives for world-wide studies in space science.
  The Workshop will continue the work initiated during the first workshop on the International He-
liophysical Year 2007 and Basic Space Science in the United Arab Emirates in 2005 (http://www.
), the second workshop in India in 2006 (http://www.iiap.res.in/ihy/), the third w
-orkshop in Japan in 2007 (http://solarwww.mtk.nao.ac.jp/UNBSS_Tokyo07/), the forth work
-shop in Bulgaria in 2008 (http://www.stil.bas.bg/UNBSS-IHY/), and the fifth workshop in Korea in 2009 (http://bssihy.kasi.re.kr) in taking space science instrumentation, observation, and education to the developing nations of the world.
(2) Access to data of the Sun-Earth system from ground-based and space-borne facilities through data archives and virtual observatories.
  An important feature of the workshop is introducing data bases and relevant software tools that can promote space science activities. There have been enormous number of space missions that have been accumulating large data bases of scientific data. Similarly, long-term data bases are available from ground based observations. These data can be utilized in ways different from originally intended for understanding the heliophysical processes. One of the goals of the workshop is to identify such data bases and make them available to the world community with necessary software tools so that scientists from developing countries can benefit from them.
(3) Results from the International Heliophysical Year 2007.
  The scientific sessions of the Workshop will emphasize on the progress in the development of the basic science of heliophysics and in our understanding of the heliophysical processes that govern the Sun, Earth and heliosphere. Papers are welcome in all disciplines included in IHY's scientific activities:
» Solar Physics
» Planetary Magnetospheres
» Heliosphere and Cosmic Rays
» Planetary Ionospheres, Thermospheres and Mesosphere
» Climate Studies
» Meteors and meteoroids
» Space weather modeling
  Papers are welcomed in all fields mentioned above. During the workshop, additional working group sessions will be held to assess past and develop future activities related to the above topics.
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