Join us on February 12, 2021, from noon to 3 pm ET, as the SDO PI team provides results and updates via a virtual meeting. Each of the four speakers will speak for 25 minutes. There will be an hour after they finish to answer questions about the observatory, discuss ways to collaborate with the SDO team, and describe novel ways to use the observatory.
SDO’s View of Solar Cycle 24
SDO’s Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager: Progress in Solar Cycle 24 and plans for Cycle 25 SDO and HMI started the observation phase near the minimum of solar activity at the start of Carrington cycle 24 and is now starting to gather data on cycle 25. Much has been accomplished but more needs to be done to accomplish the goals and promise of SDO and HMI. Some of the past and future will be discussed.
The Atmospheric Imaging Assembly: Science Highlights, Analysis Techniques and Instrument Status
Science Highlights and Discoveries from the SDO Extreme ultraviolet Variability Experiment (EVE) The full-disk solar extreme ultraviolet (EUV) spectral irradiance observations from the SDO Extreme ultraviolet Variability Experiment (EVE) have provided new understanding about solar EUV variability and their impacts in Earth’s upper atmosphere. There have also been some discoveries about flare variability learned from the EVE observations and also confirmed with the solar EUV images from SDO AIA.
This is the first in a series of mini-workshops throughout the summer of 2021 to discuss SDO science and data analysis. Each mini-workshop will have introductory presentations and opportunities for you to participate in discussions on the topic.
Please send your email to SDO2021vm@gmail.com to receive an invitation to this meeting. Invitations will be sent the first week of February.
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