It is our pleasure to introduce the Solar Orbiter science nuggets, showcasing research using Solar Orbiter data:
The first three nuggets are online now, and new ones will be added on a regular basis, based on input from the entire solar physics community. If you are working on Solar Orbiter data and would like your results to be featured as a future Solar Orbiter science nugget, please contact Yannis Zouganelis (email@example.com) and Miho Janvier (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Read the first nuggets:
“New insights about EUV brightenings in the quiet Sun corona from the Extreme Ultraviolet Imager” (C. Nelson and the EUI team) (url: https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/solar-orbiter/science-nuggets/new-insights-about-euv-brightenings-in-the-quiet-sun-corona-from-the-extreme-ultraviolet-imager)
“Radial dependence of the peak intensity of solar energetic electron events in the inner heliosphere” (L. Rodriguez, A. Kollhoff and the EPD team) (url: https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/solar-orbiter/science-nuggets/radial-dependence-of-the-peak-intensity-of-solar-energetic-electron-events-in-the-inner-heliosphere)
“Langmuir waves associated with magnetic holes in the solar wind” (J.J. Boldú and the RPW team) (url: https://www.cosmos.esa.int/web/solar-orbiter/science-nuggets/langmuir-waves-associated-with-magnetic-holes-in-the-solar-wind)
The ESA Solar Orbiter team