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Re: [xrt_co:02578] Re: eis_co: xrt_co: EIS Core Team Observations for the Week Beginning 9th November and Beyond
- To: email@example.com, "Ed Deluca" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: Re: [xrt_co:02578] Re: eis_co: xrt_co: EIS Core Team Observations for the Week Beginning 9th November and Beyond
- From: "Antonia Savcheva" <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 8 Nov 2007 14:57:13 -0500
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I would be interested in #2, #4 and #7, since comparing the activity
(jets) in on-disk and polar coronal holes seems interesting. In fact,
I just put ini a request for such observations with XRT and working
together with EIS would be even better.
On Nov 7, 2007 5:49 PM, Kelly Korreck <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hi Ed,
> All of the proposed observations sounds like some great science will
> come out of it.
> I would be interested in #8: Temperature Structure of AR on the
> Limb. However, for XRT, I would like to have besides the long/short
> pair more filters! To get a decent thermal structure we need (>7) of
> the filters.
> I would also be interested in #9: Quiet Limb observations. This
> would be a good calibration point for my study of x-ray luminosity
> related to solar wind at 1AU. XRT would want some deep exposures with
> Al/poly or C/poly possibly Ti/Poly with a FOV that encompasses the
> limb and off the limb.
> On Nov 7, 2007, at 1:37 PM, Ed Deluca wrote:
> The email from Len outlines EIS's plans for the coming
> week and initial thoughts on the week of 16-Nov. (I have
> attached the files again with a new name for those
> on XRT_SCIENCE).
> During tonight's/today's operations telecon let's concentrate
> on identifying XOB's for the SUMER HOPs. Over the
> next few days look at observations 2 - 15. If the observation
> is something you would like to work on let me know, and
> send be the XOB (or outline of new XOB) you want
> run during that observation. I will assume that if
> no-one picks an observation XRT it is on low priority
> for XRT.
> For those on XRT_SCIENCE - let me know which
> observations if any are of interest to you, and what
> you would like XRT to do during these observations.
> If there are XRT observations that need EIS support and
> are not on this list - please send me a short description
> and I will forward that to the EIS team.
> On Nov 7, 2007, at 12:46 PM, Len Culhane wrote:
> > PS This version has a small but very significant correction!
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Len Culhane [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> > Sent: 07 November 2007 17:30
> > To: eis_co; xrt co
> > Cc: email@example.com
> > Subject: [eis_co:01585] eis_co: xrt_co: EIS Core Team Observations
> > for the
> > Week Beginning 9th November and Beyond
> > Dear All,
> > Here is the EIS Core Plan for the week beginning November 9th and
> > beyond.
> > Activity remains very low.
> > As agreed at the recent EIS/XRT Science Meeting at GMU, Fairfax, on
> > 31st
> > October, this summary is also being distributed to xrt_co.
> > Regards
> > Len
> > <Wk 9th November_07.doc>
> > <Wk 9th November_07.pdf>