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accepted on

30-Jul-09


 HOP No.

 HOP title

HOP 0130

CORE: Multi-temperature Full Disk Slot Scans

plan term

2009/09/15-2009/09/15
2009/10/06-2009/10/06
2009/10/27-2009/10/27
2009/11/17-2009/11/17
2009/12/08-2009/12/08
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2015/08/18-2015/08/18
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2017/05/30-2017/05/30
2017/06/20-2017/06/20
2017/07/11-2017/07/11
2017/08/22-2017/08/22
2017/09/12-2017/09/12
2017/10/03-2017/10/03
2017/10/24-2017/10/24
2017/11/14-2017/11/14
2017/12/01-2017/12/01
2017/12/28-2017/12/28

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proposer

 name : Ugarte-Urra, Brooks & Warren @  e-mail : iugarte[at]ssd5.nrl.navy.mil

contact person in HINODE team

 name : Ugarte-Urra, Brooks & Warren @  e-mail : iugarte[at]ssd5.nrl.navy.mil

 abstract of observational proposal
Scientific background
By executing scans at a number of positions on the Sun, EIS is able to build up images of the entire solar disk. An initial dataset was taken June 27, 2009. This was a proof of concept. Clean monochromatic images of the full disk were taken in nine spectral lines, spanning a range of temperatures from 0.05 to 2.5 MK. These full disk mosaics were developed in anticipation of NASA's Solar Dynamic Observatory (SDO) mission, which is scheduled for launch in November of 2009. SDO will focus on the origins of space weather by monitoring the solar EUV irradiance, taking full-disk images of the Sun, and measuring the evolution of the Sun's magnetic fields. A prototype of the SDO irradiance instrument has already been flown on a rocket and comparisons between the rocket data and the EIS mosaics suggest that the sensitivity of EIS is close to the pre-launch calibration. Once SDO is launched this observing mode will provide a direct method for monitoring the EIS calibration. The study of EIS spectra also provides insights into the lower resolution irradiance spectra. The imagers on
SDO will take high resolution, full disk images of the Sun in 8 different wavelength channels at a 10s cadence. The spectroscopic capabilities of EIS complement these images by providing very strong constraints on the thermal structure of the solar corona.

Objectives
1.- Monitoring the EIS calibration in direct comparison with EVE on SDO.
2.- Monitoring of solar cycle dependent EUV radiance at multiple temperatures.
3.- Public outreach images.

 request to SOT

 request to XRT
| Full Sun images at disk center pointing.

Al-mesh (short+long exposure without AEC): totally 2 exposures
Ti-poly (short+long exposure without AEC): totally 2 exposures
Al_thick (long exposure without AEC): 1 exposure (binned 2x2)

If there is available data rate, take the thin filter images at full
resolution, otherwise bin them 2x2 as well.

 request to EIS
EIS study acronym: FULL_SUN_SLOT_SCAN_2
TARGET: Full Sun (multiple pointings)
EXPOSURE TIME:    20s
RASTER: Scanning
SLIT: 40"
FOV: 488"x512"
DATA COMP: JPEG85
DURATION:  ~4h (5.75 min/exposure + pointing stabilization+SAA avoidance, 26 exposures)
DATA VOLUME: 364MB (14MBits/exposure, 26 exposures)
SPECTRAL WIND.: 13
LINES: He II 256.3, Si VII 275.3, Fe VIII 185.2, Fe XI 180.4, Si X 258.42, S X 264.2, Fe XII 195.1, Fe XIII 202.0,
Fe XIII 203.8, Fe XIV 211.36, Fe XIV 274.24, Fe XV 284.1, Fe XVI 262.9

Pointing
| 15 spacecraft pointings covering full disk. Two EIS pointings per spacecraft pointing: top and bottom of CCD in order to maximize area and minimize spacecraft pointings.
| This is a complex observation so for full details please check PDF file (hop_130_vX.X.pdf) at SolarSoft directory: $SSW/hinode/eis/idl/atest/ugarte
Email Ignacio Ugarte Urra at ignacio.ugarte-urra.ctr.sp@nrl.navy.mil with any specific questions.

 other participating instruments

 remarks
Pointing
| 15 spacecraft pointings covering full disk. Two EIS pointings per spacecraft pointing: top and bottom of CCD in order to maximize area and minimize spacecraft pointings.
| This is a complex observation so for full details please check PDF file (hop_130_vX.X.pdf) at SolarSoft directory: $SSW/hinode/eis/idl/atest/ugarte
Email Ignacio Ugarte-Urra at ignacio.ugarte-urra.ctr.sp@nrl.navy.mil with any specific questions.

Duration:
| ~16min at each pointing.
| ~4h total with no gaps.

Frequency: approx. every 2-3 weeks to monitor activity.

SAA-free period preferred to minimize duration and facilitate planning. Other periods are OK.

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