ISWI Newsletter - Vol.2 No.67
25 August 2010

Dear ISWI Participant:

The following information (in blue) came to me via Dr Nat Gopalswamy (ISWI Secretariat member) who is based at Goddard Space Flight Center (NASA). He will be at the 2010 ISWI Workshop in Egypt, along with Dr Joe Davila and Dr Hans Haubold. Deadline for abstract submission is 01 Sept 2010. The place for submission is here:

    There are three major ISWI workshops scheduled:
  1. 2010 - in Egypt
  2. 2011 - in Nigeria
  3. 2012 - in Ecuador

I hope to see you at all three.

Dear colleagues,

I would like to inform you about recent changes in the CALLISTO and PHOENIX observations and data archives.

  1. As the computers at ETH Zurich are getting old, unreliable, and will not be replaced, we have moved the PHOENIX and CALLISTO data to Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz (FHNW) in Windisch, Switzerland. There it is the Institute for 4D Technologies lead by Andre' Csillaghy, who takes responsibility. The new address is:
    The data are in fits format as before and can be downloaded via internet.
    The current link at ETH Zurich will operate only for a few more weeks.
  2. A new IDL code is being finalized to analyze the solar radio spectrogram data by FHNW. It has the basic functions of the old RAGVIEW, but is based on the RHESSI GUI used in plotman. It is great fun to use, as one would expect from Andr? The code already exists and will be uploaded to SSW in the near future. A separate mail will be sent around to inform potential users.
  3. PHOENIX-2 will move to Humain in the near future. PHOENIX-3 may go to Ireland. CALLISTO in the form of Phoenix-4 and Phoenix-5 will continue to observe in Bleien, Switzerland, now operated by FHNW.

We will keep you informed,
Arnold Benz
Christian Monstein
Andre' Csillaghy


Contributions to this newsletter are always warmly welcome.

Cordially yours,
George Maeda
Editor of ISWI Newsletter
Hakozaki Campus, Kyushu University, Japan.

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