The Van Allen Probes will explore the Van Allen Radiation Belts in the Earth's magnetosphere.
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VARB stands for Van Allen Radiation Belt
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Two giant donuts of this plasma surround Earth, trapped within a region known as the Van Allen Radiation Belts.
While the first Pioneer blew up shortly after its 1958 launch and the next three didn't meet their main goal of photographing the surface of the moon, they did provide valuable information about the Van Allen radiation belts.
The two best known effects of the interaction between the solar wind and the magnetosphere are the aurora borealis and the Van Allen radiation belts.
The probes will study dynamic regions of space known as the Van Allen Radiation Belts that surround Earth.