Andreas Lagg, S. Parenti
Looking at the PDF of the magnetic elements. Idea is to scan the solar radius, which is almost 1º, with a mosaic made up of different positions (3 or 4) from equator to pole.
Inspired on presentation 3-Lagg_polar_magnetic_fields.pdf
Default SOOP duration: ~2 hours
Pointing requirements: mosaic made up of 3 or 4 positions down central meridian
Action on SOC: Compare (and possibly merge) with R_SMALL_HRES_HCAD_Atmospheric_Dynamics_Structure.
(Has similarities with L_SMALL_MRES_MCAD_Connection-Mosaic, too.)
1 minute cadence. Mosaic down the central meridian, 3 dwell positions, or 4 for some overlap. At least 10 images per dwell
Overlap in pointings between the measurements to do.
|Quick version of SPICE Composition Mapping (similar to SPICE mosaic SOOP)||SPICE would require 30 mins at each dwell position|
|EUI||To be filled in by EUI team - HRI|
(e.g., orbital requirements, solar cycle phase, quadrature ...)
|4.1.2 Study the subtle cancellation effects that lead to the reversal of the dominant polarity at the poles|
|4.1.4 Study the influence of cancellations at all heights in the atmosphere|
|4.2.1 Probability density function (PDF) of solar high-latitude magnetic field structures.|
March or September, to see the pole that is seen best from Earth. For the same reason, it should be able to see the same target as Earth. High-latitude, as close to the Sun as possible.
|4.2.2 Basic properties of solar high-latitude magnetic field structures|
|4.4 Are there separate dynamo processes acting in the Sun?|