Interdisciplinary science can make more advanced weather, and climate prediction possible in a way that also complements healthcare prehabilitation through integration with atmospheric biofeedback technology.
Furthermore the prospecting of a suitable location for colonization of outer space will require a combination of heliogeophysics, astronomy, astrophysics, and comparative planetology as well as interdisciplinary biological sciences such as chronoastrobiology, geomagnetobiology and heliobiology.
Luckily for us here on Earth the latter mentioned fields also relate to the development of atmospherical biofeedback technology that could save millions of lives through informing people of genetic risk factors associated with atmospherical disturbances.
This is a perfect example of “space transfer technology” at work.
Heliogeophysics is a scientific discipline that studies the effect of processes occurring on the sun upon geophysical phenomena here on Earth.
Astronomy is the measurement of celestial bodies in outer space including their positions, dimensions, distribution, motion, composition, energy, and evolution.
Astrophysics is the area of science that deals with the application of physics (i.e. applied physics) in outer space. It would for example, also include interactions taking place on the outside of our solar system
Comparitive Planetology studies the interaction between different layers of a planetary system including geology, hydrology, atmospheric physics, impact cratering, space weathering, and magnetospheric physics in the solar wind which is where it slightly intersects with heliogeophysics.
A mix of these are required to understand the solar system and heliosphere at large in order to better predict space weather and its effect on climate, weather and biology here on Earth.
The creation of a Heliospheric Monitoring Initiative for purposes of advanced weather, and climate prediction as well as the establishment of atmospheric biofeedback technology in healthcare prehabilitation would be well advised.
Furthermore, an integrated understanding of various space and planetary sciences in general are also required for successful colonization of outer space. In our day and age this is extremely important and relevant priority.