Session P3 - Multi-techniques to monitor the Sun and solar wind for space weather

Stephan G. Heinemann, onsite (Max-Planck-Institut für Sonnensystemforschung, Göttingen, Germany), Eleanna Asvestari, onsite (University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland), Camilla Scolini, onsite (Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space, University of New Hampshire, US)

Interplanetary coronal mass ejections, interplanetary shocks, stream and co-rotating interaction regions (SIRs/CIRs) and high speed solar wind streams are the primary drivers of strong to minor geomagnetic activity and play a major role in shaping the heliospheric environment in which they propagate. Therefore, understanding the heliospheric solar wind, ambient magnetic field, and their solar sources are vital in validating and refining space weather forecasting efforts. The aim of this session is to address the characteristics of these flows, the heliospheric background solar wind structure in which they propagate with respect to their solar source regions through the means of observations and models. Newly launched missions including Parker Solar Probe (PSP) and Solar Orbiter (SolO), as well as, established missions such as the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) and the Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatories (STEREOs) provide a multitude of information that may be used to validate, improve, and refine current knowledge in this field. We encourage submissions relating to solar wind sources both for slow and fast wind, solar wind acceleration/ejection, interplanetary coronal mass ejections and shocks, stream interaction, and the structure of the magnetic field and plasma topology at the source surface and in the inner heliosphere. We advocate for authors to present their work that utilizes observations and/or models with relation to space weather.

Poster Viewing
Thursday October 27, 08:30 - 13:30, Poster Area

Thursday October 27, 08:45 - 10:15, Water Hall

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Talks : Time schedule

Thursday October 27, 08:45 - 10:15, Water Hall
08:45Connecting the Observed Solar Wind to its Solar OriginWallace, S et al.Invited Oral
09:10Helioseismic far-side imaging: An empirical approach to model active-region magnetic fieldsYang, D et al.Oral
09:25Solar wind acceleration at the inner Heliosphere Larrodera, C et al.Oral
09:40Studying dynamics of the fast solar wind, through observations and modellingMagdalenic, J et al.Oral
09:55WHPI: Recent campaigns and future opportunitiesHofmeister, S et al.Oral
10:10Wrap-up, Oral


1LDE3's weekly Solar Orbiter/STIX flare bulletinPinto, R et al.Poster
2Spatial distribution and survival rate of magnetosheath jets during CMEs, SIRs, and HSSs.Weiss, S et al.Poster
3A revised version of the Empirical Solar Wind Forecast (ESWF) modelTemmer, M et al.Poster
5Mapping the coronal plasma density using type III radio bursts, Parker Solar Probe observations and modeling with EUHFORIADeshpande, K et al.Poster
6HelioCast: A white light constrained MHD model for space weather forecast of the heliosphereRéville, V et al.Poster
7The Space Weather Follow On (SWFO) Product Generation and Distribution (PGD) elementVassiliadis, D et al.Poster
8Triangulating Solar Radio Bursts using Bayesian MethodsCanizares, L et al.Poster
9Status of the Space Weather Observatory and Services at the Royal Meteorological Institute of BelgiumSapundjiev, D et al.Poster
10Assessment of the source surface neutral line as a predictor of the heliospheric current sheet crossings at 1 AULiou, K et al.Poster
11MHD simulations in the Solar Terrestrial ObseRvations and Modeling Service (STORMS)Indurain, M et al.Poster
12CUBE (CME Catcher Carousel) – a nanosatellite space mission concept for future ESA space weather activities Ivanovski, S et al.Poster
13The Solar Terrestrial ObseRvations and Modeling Service (STORMS)Alexandre, M et al.Poster