Solar Orbiter Science Working Groups
Welcome to the home page of the Solar Orbiter Science Working Groups
Information on the goals, topics, and how to sign up can be found by clicking on the relevant working group in the top menu.
See below for the latest announcement on working group activities and the meeting calendar.
NEW STRUCTURE OF WORKING GROUPS: From the 17th of February 2022 onward, the structure of the working groups will change. Some of the in-situ and remote-sensing working groups have merged. You can find information about the new groups here.
Start of the remote-sensing working groups: The remote-sensing working groups are now also hosted on this website. The kickoff meeting will take place on 10 May at 14:00 CEST. Both sets of working groups will share the same Google Calendar. The slides from the kick-off meeting are available here.
Solar Orbiter first results special issue: has been published in a special issue in Astronomy & Astrophysics.
Public Solar Orbiter data: available and can be downloaded from the ESA Solar Orbiter Archive
Latest mission information and press releases: see the Solar Orbiter ESA webpage
Instrument papers: a series of open-access papers describing the mission and its instruments is published in an Astronomy & Astrophysics special issue
The SolO WG calendar is shown on this page.
You can also sign up to this calendar and implement it in your personal calendar.
For the in-situ working groups, two group meetings take place every Thursday at 16:00-17:00 CE(S)T and 17:00 – 18:00 CE(S)T. Each individual working group meets every five weeks.
For the remote-sensing working groups, one group meeting takes place every Monday at 16:00-17:00 CE(S)T. Each individual group meets every six weeks.
Working group meetings are now taking place since September 2020
Please check the SolO_ISWG_cal up-to-date working group meetings.
If you want to add the calendar to your iCal app on Mac, please follow the following instructions:
Copy the calendar link from the button "Add SolO_WG_cal to iCal" above.
In your Calendar app, click on File -> New Calendar Subscription...
Paste the URL from the link above into the dialogue box as the calendar URL.