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    PUMAS Initiative

    The Promotion of Utilisation and Mission Applications and Science (PUMAS) is a joint initiative between ESA and CONAE (the Argentinian Space Agency). Established in 2021, PUMAS organises collaborative activities between the two agencies in the field of Earth observation.

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    Contribution of Swarm data to the prompt detection of Tsunamis and other natural hazards

    The main objective of COSTO (Contribution of Swarm data to the prompt detection of Tsunamis and other natural hazards) project is to better characterise, understand and discover coupling processes and interactions.

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    Ionospheric signature of auroral and subauroral fast flows

    The ionospheric signature of auroral and subauroral fast flows project aims to advance the understanding of narrow regions of fast flow in the auroral and subauroral regions.

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    SIEMIC

    Swarm Investigation of the Energetics of Magnetosphere-Ionosphere Coupling (SIEMIC) project is a Living Planet Fellowship research project to discover how much energy flows from the magnetosphere to the ionosphere at which scales into each hemisphere.

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    VERA

    VERtical coupling in Earth's Atmosphere at mid and high latitudes (VERA) is a project in response to the ESA ITT "Swarm+ Coupling: High-Low Atmosphere Interactions" with the duration of 16 months.

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    Swarm Outflow

    The Swarm+ Coupling High-Low Atmosphere Interactions: Ion Outflow ("Swarm+ Outflow") project, which began in May 2019, centres on using Swarm spacecraft to tackle unanswered questions around non-thermal processes that lead to ion outflow.

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    Characterization of IoNospheric TurbulENce level by Swarm constellation

    The INTENS project aims to investigate the turbulent nature of the geomagnetic field and plasma parameters in the ionosphere as recorded by the Swarm during 1 April 2014 to 31 March 2018.