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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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JSWSC Topical Issue: Space Weather Research in the Digital Age and Across the Full Data Lifecycle

Dear Colleague,

Please consider contributing to the definition of the next generation of Space Weather research by submitting an article to the Topical Issue “Space Weather research in the Digital Age and across the full data lifecycle “.

The Issue will appear in The Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate (JSWSC) in 2019 and submission is now open.… continue to the full article

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Congratulations

The UKSP Council would like to congratulate Dr Anthony Yeates (Durham) on his award of the 2019 Karen Harvey Prize for a significant contribution to the study of the Sun early in a person’s professional career. It was awarded for his outstanding contributions to the development of magnetic field evolution models, which have advanced our understanding of how the Sun’s magnetic fields originate, evolve, and govern the dynamics of the solar corona.… continue to the full article

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Annales Geophysicae, special issue “Solar magnetism from interior to corona and beyond” – second announcement

Original contributions and review papers related to the Solar magnetism and MHD Wave Phenomena in the Solar Interior and Atmosphere are solicited for a special issue of Annales Geophysicae.

The special issue will address the role of the solar magnetism in the variety of dynamical plasma processes which are responsible for the energy transport from the interior of the Sun to the outer layers of the solar atmosphere.… continue to the full article

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European Solar Physics Division (ESPD) – 2019 PhD Thesis and Early Career Researcher Prizes: First Call for Nominations

Deadline: February 15th, 2019

Since 2017, the European Solar Physics Division (ESPD) of the European Physical Society (EPS) awards two prizes yearly: the ESPD PhD Thesis Prize and the ESPD Early Career Researcher (Postdoc) Prize. These prizes are nomination-based. The deadline for nomination is February 15th, 2019.… continue to the full article

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SOLARNET Access Time – First Call for Proposals 2019

Proposals are hereby invited under the SOLARNET Trans-National Access Programme for observing time at the solar telescopes GREGOR, SST, THEMIS, and VTT. This call also includes observing time in the International Time Program (ITP).

Proposals will be handled by the EAST TAC, a common European time allocation committee installed by the European Association for Solar Telescopes.… continue to the full article

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