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Proposed SOOP Coordinators

Thomas Wiegelmann, J. Hirzberger, D. Berghmans, D. Spadaro

Description

High spatial resolution synoptic operations with full disk RS instruments, Metis and insitu instruments. Low cadence (1/hour to 1/day). Most relevant for windows or parts of windows with very restricted TM and for out of window synoptic campaigns if these are possible.

Default SOOP duration: 1 day

Pointing requirements: disk centre

Triggers: only IS triggers active

 

InstrumentModeComment
PHIPHI_synoptic_FDT_4: FDT at highest spatial resolution (2Kx2K), cadence at least 1 per day (PHI mode to be refined, synoptics typically have 1Kx1K resolution)model cadence as twice per day

EUI

FSI Reference Synoptic mode (R), highest spatial resolution (3Kx3K), low cadence (hrs to 1/day):

Configure instrument to enhance off-limb structures

model cadence as 1/day

Metis

synoptic programme for magnetic field structure (METIS standard modes: GLOBAL and/or LT-CONFIG)

no reaction to CMEs needed

EPDnormal 
MAGnormal 
SWAnormal 
RPWnormal 

 

 

SAP objectiveTargetDurationOpportunity
(e.g., orbital requirements, solar cycle phase, quadrature ...)

Operational constraints 

Additional comments
1.1.3.2.1 How does the Sun's magnetic field change over time?Full disk, photosphere and coronalong-term observations (RS synoptics in between RSW?)
  • far side
  • from Earth alignment to far side (different separation angles with Earth for projection effects)
  • range of latitudes, definitely repeat at highest latitudes late in mission

RSW placement if no synoptics allowed

EMC quiet for linkage science

 
1.1.3.2.2 How is the heliospheric current sheet (HCS) related to coronal structure?     
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
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  1. SOOP ID in SOOP Kitchen = LF3