Sixtieth anniversary of the International Geophysical Year (1957–2017) – contribution of the Soviet Union

Lyubovtseva, Yulia S.; Gvishiani, Alexei D.; Soloviev, Anatoly A.; Samokhina, Olga O.; Krasnoperov, Roman I.

The International Geophysical Year (IGY) was the most significant international scientific event in geophysical sciences in the history of mankind. This was the largest international experiment that brought together about 300 000 scientists from 67 countries. Well-planned activity of national and international committees was organized for the first time. The history of the IGY organization and complex international experiments in planetary geophysics conducted within its program are discussed in this article. Special attention is given to the estimation of the significance of this project for developing worldwide geophysical research.

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Lyubovtseva, Yulia S. / Gvishiani, Alexei D. / Soloviev, Anatoly A. / et al: Sixtieth anniversary of the International Geophysical Year (1957–2017) – contribution of the Soviet Union. 2020. Copernicus Publications.

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