Today, again, two topics ... not directly related to each other.
(Topic 1) RBSP launch
This link comes from Dr David Sibeck of GSFC/NASA in Greenbelt,MD, USA:
It is a good introduction to NASA's RBSP Mission. The rocket is scheduled to be launched on August 23, which is next Thursday. If successful, this mission will provide a plethora of scientific data for the space weather research community. Stay tuned to this newsletter for more information. And check out that link from Dr Sibeck.
(Topic 2) SuperSID Software
According to Dr Hans Haubold of UNOOSA, one of the largest ISWI instrument arrays is the SID network. The following message was sent out to SID users on August 12. I re-send here it for the benefit of SID users who may have not seen it. If you are a SID user but not on "Mailing list for SuperSID Software;, please contact: Jaap Akkerhuis <jaap[at]NLnetLabs.nl>.=============== End of the message for SID users ================
If you are the PI of an ISWI array, the ISWI Secretariat would very much like you to generate reports that can be circulated via the ISWI Newsletter. This is especially important now because the next ISWI workshop is just around the corner --- in Quito in October. (click here)
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