From March 2019

UK Solar Orbiter workshop – Registration now open

UK Solar Orbiter Workshop – Second announcement
Date : 3rd-4th June 2019
Venue : UCL Gordon Square 25, London

Registration now open at https://sites.google.com/view/ukso-19/registration

Solar Orbiter is an ESA/NASA mission designed to answer some of the key questions in heliophysics, from the origin and variability of the solar wind to the link between solar eruptions, magnetic fields and energetic particles.… continue to the full article

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“Scintillating Science: Cutting-Edge Science Achieved Through the Observations of Radio Scintillation” Workshop – First Announcement

Dear Colleagues.

Following our save-the-date announcement a few months ago, we would like to provide you with the official first announcement for our upcoming “Scintillating Science: Cutting-Edge Science Achieved Through the Observations of Radio Scintillation” focussed/specialist workshop which will be held in Hermanus (near Cape Town), South Africa, the week of 15th July 2019.… continue to the full article

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CESRA Workshop 2019: – registration and abstract submission are open

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce registration/abstract submission for the next CESRA Workshop, “CESRA2019: The Sun and the inner heliosphere” which will be held on July 8th – 12th, 2019, at Telegrafenberg, Potsdam, Germany.

http://meetings.aip.de/cesra2019/cms/

CESRA, the Community of European Solar Radio Astronomers, organizes triennial workshops on investigations of the solar atmosphere using radio and other observations.… continue to the full article

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Partially Ionised Plasmas in Astrophysics PIPA2019 (Mallorca, Spain) — 2nd Announcement: deadline April 1st

It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the Partially Ionised Plasmas in Astrophysics (PIPA2019) conference, to be held in Mallorca in June 3-7, 2019. The meeting will provide a forum for the exchange of ideas between participants from all areas of Astrophysics in which partially ionised plasmas play a capital role, from the Earth’s ionosphere to partially ionised regions in galaxies, which also includes solar chromosphere, interstellar medium, stellar formation, protostellar discs, planetary magnetospheres and ionospheres, etc.… continue to the full article

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