I attach the latest e-Callisto status report from Zurich. It contains two exciting news items:
1. Callisto NA-014 in Roswell, New Mexico, USA, is up and running -- and this makes the network's global coverage complete. The PI says "champagne celebration" is appropriate for this big milestone in the history of e-Callisto. Dear Christian: You have my most heartfelt congratulations on this wonderful achievement in terms of ground-based global radio observation of the sun. My hat is off to you. With scant resources you are delivering fantastic results. I know you have worked hard, have traveled many miles, and have given scores of talks to get the network to this level of deployment. It is perhaps about time that the Swiss Government recognizes your contribution to science and international cooperation with a major award.
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2. M-flare of 2013-03-15 (which is yesterday) produced nice burst activity after a prolonged period of tranquility. See the attached report for details.
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If your ISWI instrument array is producing some interesting results, please let us know. We are all curious.Attachments:
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