Fourteenth European Space Weather Week
Nov 27 - Dec 1, 2017, Ostend, Belgium

Session 14 - Multi-viewpoint versus single-viewpoint observations and modelling - Lessons learned from 10 years of STEREO

Barbara Thompson (NASA GSFC); Manuela Temmer (University of Graz); Jackie Davies (RAL Space); Volker Bothmer (University of Göttingen); Alexis Rouillard (IRAP); Stefaan Poedts (KU Leuven)
Friday 01/12, 9:45 - 13:00


KEYWORDS - remote sensing, in-situ, multi-view point data, inner heliosphere, large-scale solar disturbances;

The launch of STEREO, at the end of 2006, heralded the start of a new era in the observation of the solar system. Together with SoHO, located at a fixed position at L1, STEREO has continuously provided multiple views of large-scale phenomena propagating through the inner heliosphere. With this unprecedented combination of remote-sensing and in-situ observations, in particular, we have been able to gain a much deeper understanding of the 3-dimensional nature of large-scale inner heliospheric structures such as coronal mass ejections (CMEs) and stream/corotating interaction regions (SIRs/CIRs). But what have we gleaned about the limitations of single-viewpoint observations? How can we apply that knowledge in a future with, potentially, only single-spacecraft observations? Moreover, what are the implications for the design of future multi-viewpoint missions?

In this session, we invite observational, theoretical, and modeling contributions that address these questions and cover studies on the evolution, propagation and morphology of large-scale structures (CMEs, SIRs & CIRs) from single- or multi-view point observations at any wavelength.






Accepted Contributions

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Talks

Verification of real-time WSA-ENLIL+Cone simulations of CME arrival-time at the CCMC/SWRCWold, A
3D reconstructions of EUV wave fronts using multi-point STEREO observations Podladchikova, T
Non-linear two-fluid simulation of a coronal loopAlvarez laguna, A
Predicting the solar wind based on the principle of co-rotationVennerstrom, S
Kinematics, shock locations and properties of a CME driven shock using LOFAR and multi-viewpoint observations.Zucca, P
Observations of the drivers of space weather with coronal and magnetic imagersHurlburt, N
Modeling Coronal Mass Ejections with EUHFORIA: A Parameter Study of the Gibson-Low Flux Rope Model using multi-viewpoint observationsVerbeke, C
New strategies for modelling and forecasting the background solar wind combined with multi-point observationsPinto, R
STEREO observational constraints and initialization for the coupled ENLIL+SEPMOD modelsMays, M

e-Posters

Deriving Kinematic Properties of Non-Radial and Asymmetric CMEs: Methods and ImplicationsThompson, B
Continuous 360° degree observation of a large, long-living, low-latitude coronal hole during the maximum of solar cycle 24 Heinemann, S
Solar signatures and eruption mechanism of the August 14, 2010 coronal mass ejectionD'huys, E
STEREO/SDO Observations of Stealthy but Earth-affecting CMEsNiyya, N
Solar wind speed forecasting with a STEREO persistence model using uncertainty assessment from the evolution of coronal holesTemmer, M

p-Posters

Active region evolution and the formation of eruptive configurationsGreen, L
A MULTI-SPACECRAFT VIEW OF A GIANT FILAMENT ERUPTION DURING 2009 SEPTEMBER 26/27, Schmieder, B
Automated detection of coronal mass ejections in three-dimensions using multi-viewpoint observationsHutton, J
Can coronal dimmings serve as proxy for characteristic CME parameters?Dissauer, K
A consideration of the multi-viewpoint and single-viewpoint exploitation of heliospheric imaging in light of the ten years of the STEREO/HI instrumentsHarrison, R
Simulation of CMEs in 2007 – 2016 Using the WSA-ENLIL+Cone Modeling SystemJian, L





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