Session - Space based observing systems
Alain Hilgers, Terry Onsager
Space based observations are required to satisfy many of the space weather service user needs. Defining, deploying and maintaining an observing systems satisfying all identified user needs are enormous tasks requiring potentially a large amount of resources. Various strategies have been adopted by the different space weather programmes in place and many new opportunities arise with the development of new programmes. Papers are sought on topics including, but not limited to, lessons learned from past and current space weather observing systems, possible new concepts and strategies, future needs and opportunities, and international collaborations.
Monday November 17, 15:30-17:30, room Mosane
Monday November 17, 17:30-18:00, area in front of Mosane
Talks: time schedule
||Invited - Inventory and evaluation of space weather instruments: progress and challenges of the WMO "OSCAR" tool
||Jerome, Lafeuille et al.
||Invited - Development and flight of space weather instruments for the ESA SSA programme
||Jiggens, Piers et al.
||Invited - Comparative Study of Highly Elliptical Orbits for Continuous Observation of Polar Regions
||Trichtchenko, L et al.
||Invited - Design Drivers for Space Weather Satellite Missions to L1 and Outside of Sun-Earth Line
||Pailer, N et al.
||Invited - An Innovative, Small Mission Concept for Solar and Heliospheric Science from the L5 Location
||Lavraud, B et al.
||Invited - Solar Ultraviolet Variability Influence on Ozone and Climate: the SUMO Nanosatellite Proposal
||Damé, L et al.
||Invited - Future Plans for Space Weather Observations - U.S. NOAA Perspective
||Invited - A Governance-Driven Solution for a European Space Weather Monitoring System
||Salado, Alejandro et al.
|18:00||End of session|
||EUV Solar Imager for Operations (ESIO)
||Development of a New Radiation Sensor for Satellite Missions||B. Ritter
||Next Generation Space Weather Monitoring Missions
||What to do for Monitoring the Solar EUV
||SUITS: A Solar-Terrestrial Space Weather & Climate Investigation
||Characterisation of near-Earth Magnetic Field Data for Space Weather Monitoring||Q. Shu
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