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Space Weather in the Heliosphere: Recent advances and future perspectives.
A review of the scientific aspects of solar-- and non-solar-- driven space weather, at different regions of the Heliosphere, is presented. Through an interdisciplinary analysis of the existing results based both on observational data and theoretical models, we discuss the nature of the interactions between the environment of a Solar System body and the impinging plasma/ radiation, including when possible a direct reference to the circum-terrestrial case. The importance of comparative planetary space weather studies for future observation planning and data interpretations, especially in the context of the upcoming space missions $(e.g.$ ESA/JUICE; ESA/JAXA BEPI COLOMBO), is highlighted.