Proposed SOOP Coordinators
D. Spadaro, A. Vourlidas, A. Giunta, D. Williams
This SOOP is designed to be used as a whole- or half-orbit Synoptic campaign that scans the Sun from one high latitude to the other (therefore mainly to be used later in the NMP at min inclination of 15º, i.e. orbit 3 or later). Close to the higher latitude windows, we get a radial sweep at nearly constant latitude for in-situ.
This SOOP resembles very much the L_FULL_LRES_MCAD_Coronal-Synoptic but this time SPICE is necessary as well.
We could possibly schedule this SOOP after every Venus GAM.
Default SOOP duration: 10 days
Pointing requirements: mainly disk centre
Triggers: only IS triggers active
|EUI||FSI Synoptic mode (S) with FSI||10 min cadence|
Model: LTCONFIG (cadence 20mins) and 3 x 1 hour CMEOBS
|CME Watch On|
could do a slight offpoint without switching metis off, e.g. to poles during RSW1+3
|PHI||FDT in general though HRT could be high resolution, medium cadence (TBC)|
at higher latitudes, point to the poles for polar magnetic field observations.
|SoloHI||SoloHI synoptic Operations|
Currently modelled as HI_SYN_NEAR
SPICE scans many latitudes during the SOOP : large swath around the sun
magnetic field spiral less curved at higher latitudes:
Use observation called SPICE_CME_COMP in modelling.
|EPD||Normal + Burst Mode|
|MAG||Normal + Burst Mode|
|RPW||Detection Mode||Burst Triggers Active|
|SWA||Normal + Burst Mode|
(e.g., orbital requirements, solar cycle phase, quadrature ...)
|2.2.1 How do CMEs contribute to the global evolution of magnetic flux in the heliosphere?|
|2.2.2 What is the role of ICMEs in the Sun’s magnetic cycle?|
|188.8.131.52 CME evolution|
|184.108.40.206 How does the Sun's magnetic field link into space?|
|4.2 What are the properties of the magnetic field at high solar latitudes?|