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accepted on

15-sep-2022


 HOP No.

 HOP title

HOP 0444

Magnetic field structure of prominences solar tornadoes and spicules

plan term

2022/10/03-2022/10/13

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proposer

 name : Labrosse, Schmieder, Peat @  e-mail : Nicolas.Labrosse[at]glasgow.ac.uk, brigitte.schmieder[at]obspm.fr

contact person in HINODE team

 name : Matthews, Culhane @  e-mail : sarah.matthews[at]ucl.ac.uk, j.culhane[at]ucl.ac.uk

 abstract of observational proposal
Main Objective: Observations of magnetic prominences in multi wavelengths to see different structures and cavity

Scientific Justification: Themis was updated with adaptive optics in 2019 and since 2022 has a new polarimeter. We want to coordinate our observations with multi wavelength data.

 request to SOT
HOP 373 (like 2019 Oct 01 with THEMIS):
Several fast map scans of the target filament throughout the observing period are requested. Programs such as SP 0x0175 (164"x164" fast map) are fine. If needed, the height and width of the scan can be adjusted to better fit the path of the filament channel on the disk.

 request to XRT
HOP 373 (like 2019 Oct 01 with THEMIS):
Standard 2-filter active region program at a 1-2 minute cadence

 request to EIS
HOP 373 (like 2019 Oct 01 with THEMIS) for detecting the dopplershifts in tornado:

EIS STUDY ID #573 raster_hefe3.

 other participating instruments
IRIS requests:
1. OBSID for prominences far from the equator (at large latitudes).

3600111762  |  Very large coarse 64-step raster 126x175 64s  Mg II h/k Deep x 15 Spat  |    1048.26    |     495.26    |      0.32     | 16.4+/-0.0 | 1048+/-0   |  0.0+/-0.0 |  0.0+/-0.0 | 16.4+/-0.0 |  0.0+/-0.0

2. For prominences near the equator and not too high  (smaller number of steps).

3600609752  |  Very large coarse 32-step raster 62x175 32s  Mg II h/k Deep x 8 Spatia  |     296.83    |     185.99    |      0.43     |  9.3+/-0.0 |  297+/-0   |  0.0+/-0.0 |  0.0+/-0.0 |  9.3+/-0.0 |  0.0+/-0.0

3. Very large sparse 64-step raster (smaller raster step).

3600111760  |  Very large sparse 64-step raster 63x175 64s  Mg II h/k Deep x 15 Spati  |    1048.26    |     495.26    |      0.32     | 16.4+/-0.0 | 1048+/-0   |  0.0+/-0.0 |  0.0+/-0.0 | 16.4+/-0.0 |  0.0+/-0.0

4.1. Very large sparse 32-step raster (high telemetry).

3610609749  |  Very large sparse 32-step raster 31x175 32s  Mg II h/k Deep x 8 Spatia  |     296.83    |     185.99    |      0.73     |  9.3+/-0.0 |  297+/-0   |  0.0+/-0.0 |  0.0+/-0.0 |  9.3+/-0.0 |  0.0+/-0.0

4.2. Small telemetry version of 4.1. OBSID.

3600609749  |  Very large sparse 32-step raster 31x175 32s  Mg II h/k Deep x 8 Spatia  |     296.83    |     185.99    |      0.43     |  9.3+/-0.0 |  297+/-0   |  0.0+/-0.0 |  0.0+/-0.0 |  9.3+/-0.0 |  0.0+/-0.0

Additional instrument coordination:
coordination with NVST, Bialkov and Ondrejov

 remarks
Dates: 3 october to 13 October 2022; It is the allocation time at THEMIS by Solarnet

Time window: 8:30 to 12:30 UT

Target(s) of interest: prominences, tornado, spicules

Previous HOPs:
HOP in 2014: 3 papers of Levens et al 2016, 2017,2018
HOP 355 : 5 papers (Barcysnki et al 2022, Peat et al 2022, Labrosse et al 2022, Heinzel et al 2022)
HOP 373 papers in construction (one poster at the Hinode-IRIS workshop in Sept 2022

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