2nd Vector Magnetogram Comparison Workshop
October 19-21, 2010, Stanford, CA
The 2nd Vector Magnetogram Comparison Workshop will take place at Stanford University on 19-21 October, 2010.
The Tuesday and Wednesday morning sessions will be held in room 101
Paul Allen Center for Integrated Systems.
The Thursday morning session will take place in the 102/103 conference room in the
Physics & Astrophysics Building.
Afternoon sessions will take place in smaller Cypress, Cedar, and P&A Conference rooms.
General Stanford campus information can be found at
Stanford visitor information.
Second Announcement [ 28 September 2010 ]
Registered participants [ 5 October 2010 ]
To register, please contact Frank Hill : hill at noao.edu
Agenda [ 18 October 2010 ]
- Oct 19 8:45 Intro and Status Reports - Allen CIS Room 101
- Oct 19 1:30 Working Groups - Various Conference Rooms
- Oct 20 8:45 Results & Plans - Allen CIS Room 101
- Oct 20 1:30 Working Groups - Various Conference Rooms
- Oct 21 8:45 Results & Plans - Physics & Astrophysics Room 102/103
Links to data for July 1-3, 2010
[See 2nd Announcement for more details]
SOLIS data for 2010.07 can be found at ftp://solis.nso.edu/pub/solis/6302vScanlines_201007
The directory now contains two directories: 20100701 (July 1, 2010 data) and 20100703 (July 3, 2010 data).
As described in the second announcement full Stokes spectra for July 1, 2010 are available at
- The new fits file svsm_6302q_S1_20100701_1631.fts.gz is full disk magnetogram reduced using "quicklook" - the simplified approach.
It can be used to associate particular location of the disk with scanlines: the pixel y-coordinate on that image will approximately correspond to scanline, and pixel x-coordinate
is x-coordinate in a given scanline.
As described in the 2nd announcement a vector magnetogram made at 2010.07.02_01:00 and MUCH MUCH MORE can be found at
The README file in the directory provides some information.
A Hinode-like simulation of IQUV from Bob Stein is available
Links to presentations will be posted as they are received
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