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PSWS/NA1 workshop on Sun’s Influence on Planets, IRAP, Toulouse, 09-11/10/2017

Differences in the magnetic field and plasma environment at different planetary bodies, as well as the distance of the planet from the sun drives different space weather effects as we move through the Solar System. The use of solar wind propagation models combined with solar observations allows us to obtain and predict the interplanetary conditions around each planet and comet in the Solar System. We will review observations of planetary space weather and space climate obtained by on-going or past space missions such as STEREO, MEX, VEX, MESSENGER, Galileo, Cassini, Rosetta, MAVEN, as well as identify ways to improve modeling of space weather and space climate in our Solar System in preparation for future missions such as Exomars, BepiColombo, and JUICE. New tools and methods developed by PSWS will be introduced and discussed. Events of particular interest will be identified and further analysed in details. A topical issue devoted to planetary space weather in the Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate will follow this workshop.

SOC: N. André (IRAP), C.S. Arridge (Univ. Lancaster), Y. Futaana (IRF), A. Milillo (INAF), E. Roussos (MPS), M. Volwerk (IWF Graz)

LOC: N. André, M. Bouchemit, V. Génot, A. Goutenoir, M. Indurain (IRAP)

Agenda: PSWS_NA1_Workshop_Agenda

Participants: Beatriz Sanchez-Cano (University of Leicester), Mika Holmberg (IRAP), Martin Volwerk (IWF Graz), Yoshifumi Futaana (IRF Uppsala), Moa Persson (IRF Uppsala), Carley Martin (University of Lancaster), Andrea Opitz (WIGNER), Benjamin Grison (IAP), Catherine Dieval (University of Lancaster), Niklas Edberg (IRF Uppsala), Norberto Romanelli (LATMOS), Aniko Timar (WIGNER), Daniel Santos-Costa (SwRI), Nicolas André (IRAP), Chihiro Tao (NICT), Tomoki Kimura (Tohoku University), Go Murakami (ISAS/JAXA), Geraint Jones (UCL), Rui Pinto (IRAP), Baptiste Cecconi (OBSPARIS), Anna Kotova (IRAP), Vincent Génot (IRAP), Quentin Nenon (ONERA), Sébastien Hess (ONERA)

Presentations:

  1. Andre
  2. Dieval
  3. Romanelli
  4. Sanchez-Cano
  5. Edberg
  6. Tao
  7. Volwerk
  8. Timar
  9. Edberg
  10. Kimura
  11. Tao
  12. Murakami
  13. Santos-Costa
  14. Nenon
  15. Martin
  16. Holmberg
  17. Andre
  18. Grison
  19. Pinto
  20. Futaana
  21. Cecconi
  22. Jones
  23. Opitz
  24. Grison
  25. Murakami
  26. Genot
  27. Kimura
  28. Discussion

PSWS/NA1 workshop on Tools and Services for Planetary Observations and Image Analysis by Amateurs’, IRAP, Toulouse, TBD

Under Horizon 2020, the Europlanet 2020 Research Infrastructure includes an entirely new Virtual Access Service, “Planetary Space Weather Services” (PSWS) that will extend the concepts of space weather and space situational awareness to other planets in our Solar System and in particular to spacecraft that voyage through it. PSWS will provide at the end of 2017 12 services distributed over 4 different service domains – 1) Prediction, 2) Detection, 3) Modelling, 4) Alerts. Several tools and services are in particular developed for planetary observations and image analysis by amateurs. These include software to detect giant planet fireballs, lunar impacts, cometary tail disruption events as well as other remarkable events. PSWS tools and services will be presented to the amateur community and applied to their own database of images. Dedicated campaign of observations will be discussed and prepared. Some observation nights at Pic du Midi will follow the workshop.

SOC: N. André (IRAP), T. Cook (Aberystwyth Univ.), A. Christou (Armagh Obs.), M. Delcroix (Amateur), R. Hueso (UPV)

LOC: N. André, M. Bouchemit, V. Génot, A. Goutenoir, M. Indurain (IRAP)

Agenda: Later

Participants: Later

News
  • Fall 2017 : PSWS topical issue in Journal of Space Weather and Space Climate

  • TBD : PSWS/NA1 workshop on Tools and Services for Amateurs IRAP, France

  • 2017-10-09 : PSWS/NA1 workshop on Sun's Influence on Planets, IRAP, France

  • 2017-11-27 : PSWS session at ESWW, Ostend

  • 2017-09-17 : PSWS session at EPSC, Riga

  • 2017-05-11 : PSWS presentation at European Commission, Brussel

  • 2017-05-03 : PSWS presentation at EPN H2020 RI PMC, Windsor

  • 2017-04-25 : PSWS presentation at EGU, Viennaa

  • 2016-03-21 : PSWS Kick-Off meeting, IRAP, France

  • 2015-11-25 : Presentations at European Space Weather Week, Ostend, Belgium

  • 2015-11-10 : Europlanet NA2 Impact meeting, UCL, London, UK

  • 2015-09-28 : Presentation at EPSC, Session MT9, Nantes, France

  • 2015-09-27 : Kick off meeting in Nantes, France

  • 2015-09-15 : Management meeting at Open University, Milton Keynes, UK

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