Dear ISWI Participant:
Inspite of today's date, First of April, I have not intentionally included any April Fool's pranks. I cannot be responsible for the contents of material submitted to this newsletter. I am just a Messenger Boy.
Keep the material flowing in. Let's keep the ISWI spirit alive and well.
 Article from Japan (read it)
 15th European Space Weather Week (ESWW) (read it)
 EST (European Solar Telescope) Science Meeting (read it)
 Article "Analysis of a Type II Solar Radio Burst Observedon 20 October 2017" (read it)
 CALLISTO status report/newsletter #73 (read it)
 Article from Japan
[editor's note: This is the only Callisto station operating in Japan.]
Send by G. Maeda
 15th European Space Weather Week (ESWW)Dear George,
Would you accept to publish this announcement in the ISWI newsletter ?
Best regards Jean
Send by Jean Lilensten
 EST Science MeetingDear George,
Please include the following announcement in the next ISWI Newsletter.
Send by Francesca Zuccarello
 Paper for ISWI NewsletterHi George -
Christian Monstein suggested I send the attached paper to you to be sent around in the newsletter. Title: "Analysis of a Type II Solar Radio Burst Observedon 20 October 2017" by Whitham D. Reeve
The link for download is this:
Send by Whitham D. Reeve
 CALLISTO status report/newsletter #73
Easter Solar Radio Burst Gallery from all over the world . . .
After a long period of silence the Sun went active again on March 30, 2018.
Send by Christian Monstein