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Solar Orbiter Series #1 

ESA/NASA 

Solar Orbiter Mission

On Things to Come Webinar with Daniel Müller (ESA)
 
Wednesday, 14 April 2021 
4 pm GMT+8

or
Watch it live on Bilibili here!



The ESA/NASA Solar Orbiter mission, launched in February 2020, will explore the Sun and heliosphere from close up and out of the ecliptic plane. It aims to address the overarching questions of how the Sun creates and controls the heliosphere, and why solar activity changes with time. Already during its cruise phase, Solar Orbiter has collected unique data at solar distances down to 0.49 AU. Following two gravity assist maneuvers at Venus and Earth later this year, Solar Orbiter will start its nominal mission phase in November 2021 and have its first close solar encounter at 0.32 AU in March 2022. By combining high-resolution imaging and spectroscopy of the Sun with detailed in-situ measurements of the surrounding heliosphere, Solar Orbiter will enable us to determine the linkage between observed solar wind streams and their source regions on the Sun. Over the course of the 10-year mission, the highly elliptical orbit will get progressively more inclined to the ecliptic plane. Thanks to this new perspective, Solar Orbiter will deliver images and comprehensive data of the unexplored Sun’s polar regions and the side of the Sun not visible from Earth. This talk will provide a mission overview and highlight the first science results.

 

About Daniel Müller

Daniel Müller holds a Ph.D. in Physics from the Albert-Ludwigs-Universit?t Freiburg, Germany. After a Marie Curie Fellowship at the University of Oslo, Norway, he joined ESA’s SOHO team at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, where he became Deputy Project Scientist of the SOHO mission. In 2010, he moved to ESTEC to start working on Solar Orbiter and has been serving as the mission’s Project Scientist since 2012. In addition to his scientific and project management work, he has a strong interest in high-performance scientific data visualization. In particular, he is coordinating the development of the open-source software JHelioviewer and is the ESA Lead of the ESA/NASA Helioviewer Project.


On Things to Come Webinars

Schedule

23 September 2020
4 pm (GMT+8)
Geraint Jones – ESA Comet Interceptor Mission [YouTube/Youku]
21 October 2020 
8 pm (GMT+8)
Ralph Lorenz – NASA Dragonfly Mission [YouTube/Youku]
4 November 2020
4 pm (GMT+8)
Wang Chi – ESA SMILE Mission [YouTube/Youku]
25 November 2020
4 pm (GMT+8)
Heike Rauer – ESA PLATO Mission [YouTube/Youku]
9 December 2020
4 pm (GMT+8)
Takehiko Satoh – JAXA Akatsuki Mission [YouTube/Bilibili]
18 December 2020
4 pm (GMT+8)
Olivier Witasse – ESA JUICE Mission [YouTube/Bilibili]
21 December 2020
4 pm (GMT+8)
Tomohiro Usui – JAXA MMX Mission [YouTube/Bilibili]
13 January 2021
4 pm (GMT+8)
Weiqun Gan – CAS ASO-S Mission [YouTube/Bilibili] 
27 January 2021
4 pm (GMT+8)
Giovanna Tinetti – ESA Ariel Mission [YouTube/Bilibili] 
24 February 2021
4 pm (GMT+8)
Johannes Benkhoff – ESA BepiColombo Mission I [YouTube/Bilibili] 
10 March 2021
4 pm (GMT+8)
Gabriele Cremonese – ESA BepiColombo Mission II  [YouTube/Bilibili] 
24 March 2021
4 pm (GMT+8)
Go Murakami – ESA BepiColombo Mission III [YouTube/Bilibili] 
7 April 2021
4 pm (GMT+8)
Yoshifumi Saito – ESA BepiColombo Mission IV Register
14 April 2021
4 pm (GMT+8)
Daniel Mueller – ESA Solar Orbiter Mission I Register
21 April 2021
4 pm (GMT+8)
Stefano Vitale – ESA LISA Mission
6 May 2021
10 am (GMT+8)
Andy Cheng – NASA DART Mission
12 May 2021
10 am (GMT+8)
Robert Pappalardo – NASA Europa Clipper
19 May 2021
4 pm (GMT+8)
Saem Krucker – ESA Solar Orbiter Mission II
25 May 2021
4 pm (GMT+8)
Sami Solanki – ESA Solar Orbiter Mission III
2 June 2021
4 pm (GMT+8)
Athena Coustenis – ESA HRE Program
9 June 2021
4 pm (GMT+8)
Yuan Weimin – CAS Einstein Probe Mission
16 June 2021
10 am (GMT+8)
Evgenya Shkolnik – NASA SPARCS Mission
30 June 2021
4 pm (GMT+8)
René Laurelijs – ESA EUCLID Mission
14 July 2021
4 pm (GMT+8)
Tomoko Arai – JAXA DESTINY Mission
21 July 2021
4 pm (GMT+8)
Micheal Küppers – HERA Mission
9 Sept. 2021
10 am (GMT+8)
Lindy Elkins-Tanton – NASA Psyche Mission

 

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