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RE: Draft agenda for GMU, 30th to 31st October


I like your agenda. Should we also discuss some of the problems that we run
into when doing joint XRT/EIS data analysis? I'm thinking of things like
co-alignment, spacecraft jitter, and temperature response. 

With regards to your comment on the structure of the meeting, I like the
idea of having a joint session for the broader topics (e.g., observing
modes) and small groups for the specific science topics. 

Best wishes,


PS Anything but raising chickens. My wife's father has taken to raising
chickens in his retirement. It isn't pretty . . . 

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|-----Original Message-----
|From: Ed Deluca [mailto:edeluca@cfa.harvard.edu]
|Sent: Tuesday, August 28, 2007 4:29 PM
|To: Ken Dere; Louise Harra; George Doschek; Tetsuya Watanabe; Ed Deluca;
|Len Culhane; John Mariska; Hiro Hara; Harry Warren; Mark Weber; Ryouhei
|Kano; Taro Sakao; Peter Young; Helen Mason; Keiichi Matsuzaki; Peter
|Cargill; Khalid al-Janabi; Charles Brown; Viggo Hanseen; David Brooks;
|Ayumi Asai; John Rainnie; Suguru Kamio; Shinsuke Imada; Jonathan Cirtain;
|Giulio Del Zanna; Loraine Lundquist; Matthew Whillock; Louisa Bradley; Leon
|Golub; Kathy Reeves; Kelly Korreck; Joan T Schmelz
|Cc: eis_science@mssl.ucl.ac.uk; xrt science
|Subject: Re: Draft agenda for GMU, 30th to 31st October
|I have expanded the email list a bit and added some thoughts on XRT/ EIS
|science in the attached rtf file. I have resent David Williams' draft
|agenda for the newcomers.
|I don't know if we can cover the XRT/EIS science in a single day, but I am
|not in favor of long meetings either. If attendance is large we might
|create small groups to look at the "AR Loops", "micro-flares" ... and then
|report back at in the afternoon. Is break-out space a problem?
|In item (1)