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Distributed arrays of small instruments for solar-terrestrial research

National Research Board. Committee on Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Research and Monitoring in Solar-Terrestrial Physics

Distributed arrays of small instruments for solar-terrestrial research

report of a workshop

by National Research Board. Committee on Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Research and Monitoring in Solar-Terrestrial Physics

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Published by National Academies Press in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Astrophysics,
  • Space sciences

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCommittee on Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Research and Monitoring in Solar-Terrestrial Physics
    Contributionsebrary, Inc
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQB461 .D57 2006eb
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25541550M
    ISBN 100309101549

    It is well recognized that progress in space sciences can benefit from observations made by distributed arrays of instruments. Additionally, the value of integrated research and education as well as citizen science initiatives became more evident in the past few by: 1. Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Solar-Terrestrial Research: Report of a Workshop () Issues Affecting the Future of the U.S. Space Science and Engineering Workforce: Interim Report (SSB with the Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board [ASEB], ) Review of NASA’s Draft Science Plan: Letter Report ()File Size: 2MB.

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A recommendation of the NRC’s decadal survey in solar and space physics, published inwas the Small Instrument Distributed Ground-Based Network, which would provide global-scale ionospheric and upper atmospheric measurements crucial to understanding the atmosphere-ionosphere-magnetosphere system.

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To explore the scientific rationale for arrays of small instruments recommended in the NRC decadal survey for solar and space physics, 1 the infrastructure needed to support and utilize such arrays, and proposals for an implementation plan for their deployment, an ad hoc committee established under the Space Studies Board’s Committee on Solar and Space Physics organized the day Workshop on Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments.

Suggested Citation:"1 Introduction and Workshop Background."National Research Council. Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Solar-Terrestrial Research: Report of a Workshop. Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Solar-Terrestrial Research. Report of a Workshop.

Ad Hoc Committee on Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Research and Monitoring in Solar-Terrestrial Physics: A Workshop. Space Studies Board. Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences. NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES. Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Solar-Terrestrial Research: Report of a Workshop.

Ad Hoc Committee on Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Research and Monitoring in Solar-Terrestrial Physics: A Workshop, National Research Council. Year: Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments for Solar-Terrestrial Research: Report of a Workshop () Issues Affecting the Future of the U.S.

Space Science and Engineering Workforce: Interim Report (SSB with ASEB, ) Review of NASA’s Draft Science Plan: Letter Report ()File Size: 3MB. The major objectives of the IHY included over 60 collaborative studies of universal physical processes in the solar system, the deployment of arrays of small instruments to observe heliophysical.

To explore the scientific rationale for the distributed array of small instruments (DASI), the infrastructure needed to support and make use of such arrays, and proposals for a deployment implementation plan, the NRC held a workshop. This report gives a summary of that workshop focusing on the science and instruments, and on infrastructure issues.

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Part of Z-Library project. The world's largest ebook library. New post "Fundraising results, improved mobile version, Your uploads page and mini-survey" in our blog. The Distributed Arrays of Small Instruments (DASI) solicitation is designed to address the increasing need for high spatial and temporal resolution measurements to determine the local, regional, and global scale processes that are essential for addressing the fundamental questions in solar and space physics.

(x) Remove Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences filter Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences National Research Council () Apply National Research Council filter Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems () Apply Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems filter Space Studies Board () Apply Space Studies Board filter.The Center for Solar-Terrestrial Research (CSTR) at NJIT is an international leader in ground- and space-based solar and terrestrial physics, with interest in understanding the effects of the Sun on the geospace operates the Big Bear Solar Observatory (BBSO) and Owens Valley Solar Array (OVSA) in CA, the Jeffer Observatory at Jenny Jump State Forrest in NJ, and the Automated.We seek for correlations in the wavelet coefficients which explain the dynamics of different magnetic phenomena in the solar-terrestrial physics.

The large variety of data used in our research from both solar astronomy and Earth observations makes it a contribution to the newly developing area of AstroGeoInformatics.