Session 1 - Planetary Space Weather Services

Nicolas Andre (irap/cnrs); Manuel Grande (aberystwyth university); Jean Lilensten (cnrs/ipag); Iwona Stanislawska (src/pas)
Monday 27/11, 14:15 - 17:15

KEYWORDS - planets ; space weather ; prediction ; detection ; modelling ; alerts ;

Planetary Space Weather Services (PSWS) aims at extending the concept of space weather to other planets in our Solar System. New studies, methods, interfaces, functionalities distributed over 4 service domains – 1) Prediction, 2) Detection, 3) Modelling, 4) Alerts are available or developed in order to extend the concepts of space situational awareness to planetary space weather. The session will be dedicated to a presentation of operational services and welcomes papers on all aspects of planetary space weather related to the above service domains. A topical issue in SWSC-journal will follow this session.

Poster Viewing
From Monday noon to Wednesday morning

Monday November 27, 14:15 - 15:30, Mercator
Monday November 27, 16:00 - 17:15, Mercator

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Talks : Time schedule

Monday November 27, 14:15 - 15:30, Mercator
14:15Planetary Space Weather Services for the Europlanet 2020 Research InfrastructureAndre, N et al.Oral
14:27An heliospheric propagation model for solar wind prediction at planetsAndre, N et al.Oral
14:40Extensions of the CDPP/Propagation tool to the case of comets, giant planet auroral emissions, and catalogues of solar wind disturbancesAndre, N et al.Oral
14:52The reasons for false alarms at the prediction of high-speed solar wind streams near Earth, and consequences for the prediction at other planetsHofmeister, S et al.Oral
15:05The Hohmann-Parker Effect and HESPERIA: Strategies for Solar Radiation Hazard Predictions Before, During and After Planetary TransitsPosner, A et al.Oral
15:17Estimating solar wind speeds from comet ion tail imagesJones, G et al.Oral

Monday November 27, 16:00 - 17:15, Mercator
16:00Mars Radiation Surface ModelGrande, M et al.Oral
16:12A generalized approach to model the spectra and radiation dose rate of solar particle events in deep space and on the surface of MarsGuo, J et al.Oral
16:25A Transplanet model of magnetosphere-ionosphere coupling at Earth, Mars, Jupiter, (Saturn and Venus)Andre, N et al.Oral
16:37A software tool for the finding of potential cometary tail crossingsJones, G et al.Oral
16:50Implementation of a Space Weather VOEvent service at IRAP in the frame of Europlanet H2020 PSWSGangloff, M et al.Oral
17:02mach number and thetabn co-relation classification for space weather Pipaliya, J et al.Oral


1Planetary and cometary space weather predictions from observations near and farOpitz, A et al.e-Poster
2Automatic Lunar Flash Investigation (ALFI) SoftwareCook, A et al.e-Poster
3Testing space weather connections in the solar systemGrison, B et al.p-Poster
4Representation of planetary environments by universal paraboloid magnetospheric magnetic field modelKalegaev, V et al.p-Poster
5Study on a statistical model of the relativistic electron flux forecastat geostationary orbitZhong, Q et al.p-Poster
6Revealing the pivot energy of SEPs contributing to the Martian surface radiation environmentGuo, J et al.p-Poster