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ST15 ‘MHD Waves and Instabilities in the Solar Atmosphere: Identification and Modelling’, AOGS 2019 – deadline extended to 19 February 2019

We would like to draw your attention to the ST15 session: ‘MHD Waves and Instabilities in the Solar Atmosphere: Identification and Modelling’ in the framework of Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) conference. The 16th Annual AOGS will take place in Singapore, 28 July-02 August 2019.… continue to the full article

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Influencing the future ESA archives (including for Solar Orbiter).

I’d like to briefly discuss an opportunity for you to influence the way you will be able to access data in the future from ESA. I am a member of the ESA Heliophysics Archives User Group (HAUS). This was all new to me as I personally hadn’t used ESA archives before but Solar Orbiter data will be available from them (http://soardev.esac.esa.int/soar-beta/#home).… continue to the full article

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Special issue “Advances in Solar Physics” – published

The special issue “Advances in Solar Physics” inspired by the last European Solar Physics meeting is published :

https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/advances-in-space-research/vol/63/issue/4

The Guest Editors are grateful to all the authors for their valuable time and efforts, without which the publication of this issue would have been impossible, and we congratulate them for the acceptance of their manuscripts.… continue to the full article

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SSI/ISSI-BJ Joint Call for Proposals 2019 for International Teams in Space and Earth Sciences


The  International  Space  Science  Institute  (ISSI)  in  Bern, Switzerland, and ISSI-BJ in Beijing, China, invite  proposals  for  establishing  International  Teams to conduct on its premises research activities in Space Sciences, based on the
interdisciplinary  analysis  and  evaluation  of  data  from  spacecraft  and possible integration with ground data and theoretical models.continue to the full article

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UK access to the Swedish Solar Telescope during the 2019 Observing Season

We are pleased to announce the availability of observing time on the Swedish Solar Telescope (SST) for proposals with a UK-based PI, during the 2019 observing season. The availability of this time has been made possible through funding from STFC.

Observations will be undertaken on behalf of PIs in service mode/queue scheduling by two observers with considerable experience in SST operations and instrumentation.… continue to the full article

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