Duncan Mackay (St Andrews)
Andrzej Fludra (RAL)
Louise Harra (MSSL/UCL)
Tim Horbury (Imperial College)
The ESA/NASA Solar Orbiter mission will employ a suite of solar remote sensing and in-situ helio-spheric instruments. UK groups have been active in these and related fields for many years in advanced observational and theoretical investigations. Due to the close proximity of its launch date, the time is now ideal to bring together observers and theoretical modellers to initiate a synergy between the two areas of Solar Orbiter science. We will explore science relevant to the unique capability of Solar Orbiters remote sensing solar and in-situ helio-spheric instruments.
In particular we will consider:
Abstract submission has now closed but please follow the link above to register and attend the meeting.
Dr Daniel Mueller (ESA Solar Orbiter Project Scientist)
Dr Alexis Rouillard (Chair of ESA 'Modelling and DATA Analysis Working Group (MADAWG)')The programme for this meeting will appear here shortly.
This Specialist Discussion meeting of the Royal Astronomical Society will take place on 10th November 2017 (10:30 – 15:30, coffee from 10:00), in the Lecture Theater for the Royal Astronomical Society at Burlington House , Piccadilly, London W1J 0BG. The nearest tube stations are Piccadilly and Green Park.
There are no registration fees for Fellows of the RAS. For participants who are not RAS Fellows there is an Admission charge of £15. Students who are not RAS Fellows pay an Admission charge of £5 (but note that students can join the RAS for only £1). This meeting will be followed by the monthly A&G meeting, which is free for all.