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SOOP coordinator

Andreas Lagg, S. Parenti

Description

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

Triggers: disabled

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.)


InstrumentModeComment
PHIPHI_nominal_HRT_0 (HRT)

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.

SPICE

Quick version of SPICE Composition Mapping (similar to SPICE mosaic SOOP)SPICE would require 30 mins at each dwell position
EUITo be filled in by EUI team - HRI
STIX



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

Operational constraints 

Additional comments
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?




































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  1. SOOP ID in SOOP Kitchen = RS3