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SOOP coordinators

Johann Hirzberger, Alex Feller (DKIST), L. Bellot Rubio, A. Lagg, M. Roth, S. Parenti ...

Description

SOOP designed to study fine structure in the photosphere, similar to an overall RS 'Burst mode' but does not involve Metis, SoloHI and STIX. 

Default SOOP duration: 1 hr

Offpointing requirements: may be run at disk-centre

Triggers: disabled


InstrumentModeComment
EUI

EUV & LYA Quiet Sun modes (Q) or EUV & LYA Coronal hole modes (C)

Model as  EUI_HRI_QS with flush volume 2000MB

HRI 1 - 30 s cadence, maybe interleaved with 0.1s cadence if TM allows. Lyα

PHI

PHI_nominal_HRT_0 (HRT)1 min cadence (flush volume 725MB in 1 hr)
SPICESPICE_WIND_CONNECT (pseudo mode including SPICE Dynamics and SPICE Composition Mapping)2" slit, many rasters over similar FoV to EUI and PHI



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

Operational constraints 

Additional comments
1.1.3.1 Full characterization of photospheric magnetic fields and fine structures

Quiet Sun

Coronal Holes

A few minutes to an hour as often as we can.

Perihelion for quiet sun

Close High Latitudes for Coronal Holes


Reduced FoV (1024x1024 for PHI, equivalent for others)

1.1.4.1.6 Photospheric reconnection

Quiet Sun

Coronal Hole

1 hour per target

Perihelion for quiet sun

Close High Latitudes for Coronal Holes


Full FoV.

Composition mode may be useful for SPICE here too.

4.2.2 Basic properties of solar high-latitude magnetic field structures




5.5 Additional Science Objectives of PHI
5.5.2.5 (Study flux appearance modes and interactions in QS)
[source: 4-Bellot-Rubio-SAP4_magnetoconvection5_final.pptx]

Quiet Sun (disk center, E/W limb, N/S polar region)3 h per pointing (to secure good statistics)

Perihelion for highest resolution

First orbit & later in mission for higher latitudes


Coordination with DKIST and/or EST [alternatively, GREGOR]

5.5 Additional Science Objectives of PHI
5.5.2.1 What are the velocity and magnetic vectors in the solar photosphere?

[source: SOL-PHI-MPS-MN5100-TN-2, proposed by Alex Feller]

Disk centre (DKIST/FSP looking at solar limb)few hoursPerihelion + quadrature with Earth

co-observations with DKIST/FSP, pointing at limb

Coordination with DKIST: FSP instrument pointing at limb
Quadrature with Earth!

FSP is designed to carry out highly sensitive Hanle diagnostics of solar limb magnetic structures. These measurements can be calibrated only if simultaneous high resolution photometric and Zeeman measurements are carried out from a much less inclined vantage point. 

5.5 Additional Science Objectives of PHI

5.5.3.1 Effect of granulation and oscillations, i.e., interaction of modes and convection (stereoscopic helioseismology).

Sunspotfew hoursWhat is the max heliocentric distance that will give the required spatial resolution?co-observations with NEO at ~30º.Earth/near-Earth assets assumed to be continuously observing (HMI, GONG network, etc.). If not, then co-ordination will need to be taken into consideration.
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7 Comments

  1. Modify to include composition and dynamics for SPICE and add objectives from Luis' presentation (SOOP2).

  2. Andreas' PHI PDF SOOP could also be included here.

  3. And also his Polar Features.

  4. Anonymous

    (Andreas Lagg):

    This SOOP contains also the scientific proposal of AlexFeller: "Limb stereoscopy of magnetic fields"

    FSP is designed to carry out highly sensitive Hanle diagnostics of solar limb magnetic structures. These measurements can be calibrated only if simultaneous high resolution photometric and Zeeman measurements are carried out from a much less inclined vantage point.

  5. PHI PI suggests to change the name to "Atmospheric" instead of "Photospheric". 

    Otherwise it makes no sense to have EUI and SPICE co-obs.

  6. SOOP ID in SOOP Kitchen = RS4