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Aug. 31, 2010 to Aug. 31, 2011 1 AU Voyagers VEPO MSSP-2 Protons Ions Stereo A HET Stereo B HET
Aug. 31, 2010 to Aug. 31, 2011 Stereo A HET Stereo B HET VEPO MSSP-4 Electrons
Stereo A HET: August 31, 2010 to August 31, 2011 Electrons 0.7 – 1.4 MeV Electrons 2.6 – 4.0 MeV
New VEPO Service Multi-Spectral Scatter Plots Aug. 31, 2010 to Aug. 31, 2011 Impulsive SEP Electron Event Single Spectrum
Stereo B HET: August 31, 2010 to August 31, 2011
Aug. 31, 2010 to Aug. 31, 2011 Electron Hysteresis ? Event/Time evolution of SEP electron spectra New VEPO Service Flux Scatter Plots 0.7 – 1.4 MeV e flux 2.8 – 4.0 MeV e flux
Aug. 31, 2009 to Aug. 31, 2010
Aug. 31, 2008 to Aug. 31, 2009
On the link between the solar energetic particles and eruptive coronal phenomena On the link between the solar energetic particles and eruptive coronal.
Uses of solar hard X-rays Basics of observations Hard X-rays at flare onset The event of April 18, 2001 Conclusions Yohkoh 10th Jan. 21, 2002Hugh Hudson,
Approaches to forecasting radiation risk from Solar Energetic Particles Silvia Dalla (1), Mike Marsh (2) & Timo Laitinen (1) (1) University of Central.
M. Kim and F. Cucinotta Example Solar Proton Event Data NASA JSC August 30, 2006.
THREE-DIMENSIONAL ANISOTROPIC TRANSPORT OF SOLAR ENERGETIC PARTICLES IN THE INNER HELIOSPHERE CRISM- 2011, Montpellier, 27 June – 1 July, Collaborators:
GLAST Simulations Theodore E. Hierath Louisiana State University August 20, 2001.
IHY Workshop A PERSONAL VIEW OF SOLAR DRIVERS for Solar Wind Coronal Mass Ejections Solar Energetic Particles Solar Flares.
1 20 January 2005: Session Summary SHINE 2006 Zermatt, Utah, 31 July - 4 August Invited Talks Riley: what was the Alfven speed in the corona at.
SHINE 2008 Introduction Energetic ElectronsFluence AnalysisSummary George C. Ho and Glenn M. Mason The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory,
Uses of solar hard X-rays Basics of observations Hard X-rays at flare onset The event of April 18, 2001 Conclusions ITP Santa Barbara, Jan. 18, 2002Hugh.
Using Gamma Rays to Measure Accelerated Ions and Electrons and Ambient Composition Gerald Share 1,2, Ronald Murphy 2, Benz Kozlovky 3, and Juergen Kiener.
Ion Acceleration in Solar Flares Determined by Solar Neutron Observations 2013 AGU Meeting of the Cancun, Mexico 2013/05/15 Kyoko Watanabe ISAS/JAXA,
Spectral Analysis of Archival SMM Gamma-Ray Flare Data Gerald Share 1,2, Ronald Murphy 2, Benz Kozlovsky 3 1 UMD, 2 NRL, 3 Tel Aviv Univ. Supported under.
STEREO IMPACT Critical Design Review 2002 November 20,21,22 1 LET Performance Requirements Presenter: Richard Mewaldt
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory SHINE 2005, July 11-15, 2005 Transient Shocks and Associated Energetic Particle Events Observed.
4 Feb 2009STEREO SWG Mtg, Pasadena1 A 3 He-rich SEP Event Observed over ~80 in Solar Longitude Mark Wiedenbeck, JPL with contributions from: Glenn Mason,
Effects of Solar Energetic Particle Events on the Martian Surface and Atmosphere F Leblanc, DA Brain, JG Luhmann, GT Delory, RA Mewaldt, CM Cohen 2004.
Effect of the October 2003 energetic particle event on Martian surface radiation D.A. Brain, J.G. Luhmann F. Leblanc R.A. Mewaldt, C.M.S. Cohen G.T. Delory.
1 Voyager Observations of Energetic Particles in the Distant Heliosheath A. C. Cummings and E. C. Stone, Caltech N. Lal and B. Heikkila, Goddard Space.
Probabilistic Solar Energetic Particle Models James H. Adams, Jr.1, William F. Dietrich 2 and Michael.A.Xapsos 3 1 NASA Marshall Space Flight Center 2.
Constraints on Particle Acceleration from Interplanetary Observations R. P. Lin together with L. Wang, S. Krucker at UC Berkeley, G Mason at U. Maryland,
Particle Transport in the Heliosphere: Part 1 Gaetano Zimbardo Universita’ della Calabria, Cosenza, Italy with contributions from S. Perri, P. Pommois,
National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Software Engineering Division Overview of Significant SWx Events.
M.E. Wiedenbeck, JPL/Caltech Thanks to: the ACE/ULEIS &SIS Teams and the STEREO/LET, SIT, & SEPT Teams 9 June 20101ACE/SOHO/STEREO/Wind Workshop.
1 Methods of PSD energy calibration. 2 Dependence of energy resolution on many factors Constant term is essential only for energy measurement of single.
Combined techniques problems L.O.: Analyse absorptions in an infrared spectrum to identify the presence of functional groups in an organic compound.
Investigating the Origin of the Long-Duration High- Energy Gamma-Ray Flares Gerry Share, Jim Ryan and Ron Murphy (in absentia) Steering Committee Overseer.
Solar Physics with X-ray Observations Gordon D. Holman Solar Physics Laboratory (Code 671) NASA Goddard Space Flight Center RHESSI Fermi Gamma-ray Burst.
NEEP 541 – Neutron Damage Fall 2002 Jake Blanchard.
Working Group 2 - Ion acceleration and interactions.
RHESSI Observation of Atmospheric Gamma Rays from Impact of Solar Energetic Particles on 21 April 2002.
NBYM 2006 A major proton event of 2005 January 20: propagating supershock or superflare? V. Grechnev 1, V. Kurt 2, A. Uralov 1, H.Nakajima 3, A. Altyntsev.
The SEP Acceleration and Transport Link of the Chain J. Giacalone, University of Arizona Mihir Desai, SWRI Gang Li, University of Alabama Nathan Schwadron,
SEP Data Analysis and Data Products for EMMREM Mihir I. Desai & Arik Posner Southwest Research Institute San Antonio, Texas Mihir I. Desai & Arik Posner.
Observation of impulsive Solar Flares with the Fermi Large Area Telescope ! Fermi LAT and GBM Collaborations.
1 SEP “Campaign Events” for SHINE 2003 Question: Can we identify solar/interplanetary factors that drive SEP spectral and compositional variability at.
The Solar Wind and Heliosphere (with a space weather emphasis!) V J Pizzo (NOAA/SEC)
Low-energy Ion Distributions at the Termination Shock Rob Decker Johns Hopkins Univ., Applied Physics Lab., Laurel, MD SHINE, June-2008, Zermatt.
1 Introduction to the SHINE Campaign Events 2002 April 21 and 2002 August 24 Allan J. Tylka Code 7652, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC 20375
August 2002Dr. K Alder Intermediate 2 Chemistry Formation of ions.
IMPACT Status and Data Updates SWG Pasadena, February 3-5, 2008 Janet Luhmann and Peter Schroeder for the IMPACT team.
Heavy Ion Abundances in Large Solar Energetic Particle Events Spring AGU 2006, SH43B-04 Heavy Ion Abundances in Large Solar Energetic Particle Events Spring.
Particle spectra at CME-driven shocks and upstream turbulence SHINE 2006 Zermatt, Utah August 3rd Gang Li, G. P. Zank and Qiang Hu Institute of Geophysics.
Long-term prediction of solar extreme events basing on the general regularities of energetic particle generation by the Sun by Rikho Nymmik Skobeltsyn.
1 SEP Timing Studies: An Excruciatingly Brief Review Allan J. Tylka US Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC SHINE 2006 Where was the CME when the SEPs.
Pickup Ions and Reservoir for Energetic Particles George Gloeckler & Eberhard Möbius.
BELGISCH INSTITUUT VOOR RUIMTE-AERONOMIE INSTITUT D’AERONOMIE SPATIALE DE BELGIQUE BELGIAN INSTITUTE FOR SPACE AERONOMY BELGISCH INSTITUUT VOOR RUIMTE-AERONOMIE.
SHINE 2006 Student Day Working Group III summary Zermatt, Utah, July 31 - August 4 Gang Li.
SEP Acceleration C.M.S. Cohen Caltech. Outline Shock acceleration in the IPM –ESP events –Observations vs theory –Observations driving theory Flare acceleration.
Observations of spectral shapes of suprathermal H +, He + and He ++ G. Gloeckler Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences University of Michigan,
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