Space-weather oriented solar data products at the Royal Observatory of Belgium

The Royal Observatory of Belgium is well-known for its involvement in space weather. It hosts ESA’s Space Weather Coordination Centre (SSCC) and is an active member of the PECASUS consortium (aviation). It is also deeply involved in the production of solar observations and data products for space weather research (with the telescope EUI onboard the Solar Orbiter spacecraft and the future coronagraph ASPIICS onboard PROBA-3) and monitoring (with the telescope SWAP and the radiometer LYRA onboard PROBA 2).

We would like to have the opportunity to meet with potential users of those data products, examine how they can fit their needs and discuss possible collaborations for the future.

Contact Marie Dominique, Royal Observatory of Belgium/STCE