The influence of the radiation belts, also referred as the trapped particle belts, is clearly visible in the graph by the measured increase of high energy particle count rates (total counts for > 20 MeV protons and >2 MeV electrons shown by the TC1 line; several other energy bins for > 20 MeV protons the S12-S15 lines). More information on the radiation belt passage by Rosetta can be found here.
30 October 2007 The 4th European Space Weather Week was held at the Royal Library of Belgium, Brussels, from Monday 5th November to Friday 9th November 2007. This meeting was being jointly organised by the Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB), ESA , the SWWT and the COST 724 communities. The local organisation was done by the SIDC of the ROB. This event continued to build on the advances made during the first three European Space Weather Weeks held between 2004 and 2006. The workshop again adopted the central aim of bringing together communities working on diverse elements of space weather.
20 June 2007 First announcement for the "Ionising Radiation Data and Exploitation Workshop" to be held on 17-19 October 2007 in ESA/ESTEC.