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Committee on a Decadal Technique for Solar and Space Physics (Heliophysics)
Space Research Board
Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board
Division on Engineering and Bodily Sciences
THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES PRESS

NOTICE: The undertaking that’s the topic of this report was accredited by the Governing Board of the Nationwide Analysis Council, whose members are drawn from the councils of the Nationwide Academy of Sciences, the Nationwide Academy of Engineering, and the Institute of Drugs.

The members of the committee accountable for the report had been chosen for their particular competences and with regard for acceptable steadiness.

This research is predicated on work supported by Contract NNH06CE15B between the Nationwide Academy of Sciences and the Nationwide Aeronautics and Space Administration and Grant AGS-1050550 between the Nationwide Academy of Sciences and the Nationwide Science Basis.

Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or suggestions expressed on this publication are these of the authors and don’t essentially replicate the views of the companies that offered help for the undertaking.

Worldwide Commonplace E book Quantity-3: 978-0-309-16428-3
Worldwide Commonplace E book Quantity-0: 0-309-16428-1
Library of Congress Management Quantity: 2013940083

Principal Contents of Solar and Space Physics eBook


ENABLING DISCOVERY IN SOLAR AND SPACE PHYSICS

  • Framing the 2013-2022 Decadal Survey
  • Key Science Objectives for a Decade
  • Optimizing a Science Program
  • Implementation Methods
  • A Decade of Transformative Science

SOLAR AND SPACE PHYSICS: RECENT DISCOVERIES, FUTURE FRONTIERS

  • Scope and Relevance of the Self-discipline
  • A Decade of Heliophysics Discovery
  • Key Science Challenges

ADDRESSING SOCIETAL NEEDS

  • Impacts of Earth’s Close to-Space Atmosphere
  • The Problem of Predicting Space Climate Occasions

RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Analysis Suggestions
  • Purposes Suggestions: Space Climate and Space Climatology

NSF PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION

  • Floor-Based mostly Observations
  • CubeSats
  • Training
  • Multidisciplinary Analysis
  • Worldwide Collaborations

NASA PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION 

  • The NASA Heliophysics Core Program
  • Determination Guidelines and Augmentation Priorities
  • Worldwide Collaborations

SPACE WEATHER AND SPACE CLIMATOLOGY: A VISION FOR FUTURE CAPABILITIES

  • Motivation—Financial and Societal Worth
  • Strengthening the Nationwide Functionality for Acquiring Space Climate and Local weather Data
  • A Strong Space Climate and Climatology Program

REPORT OF THE PANEL ON ATMOSPHERE-IONOSPHERE-MAGNETOSPHERE 149 INTERACTIONS

  • Abstract of AIMI Science Priorities and Imperatives for the 2013-2022 Decade
  • Motivations for Examine of Environment-Ionosphere-Magnetosphere Interactions
  • Important Accomplishments of the Earlier Decade
  • Science Objectives and Priorities for the 2013-2022 Decade
  • Implementation Methods and Enabling Capabilities

REPORT OF THE PANEL ON SOLAR WIND-MAGNETOSPHERE INTERACTIONS

  • Abstract of SWMI Science Priorities and Imperatives
  • Introduction to SWMI Science
  • Important Accomplishments of the Earlier Decade
  • Science Objectives for the Coming Decade
  • Prioritized Imperatives
  • Connections to Different Disciplines

REPORT OF THE PANEL ON SOLAR AND HELIOSPHERIC PHYSICS

  • Physics of the Solar and Heliosphere—Main Science Objectives
  • Solar and Heliospheric Physics Imperatives
  • Important Accomplishments Through the Earlier Decade
  • Solar and Heliospheric Targets for the Coming Decade
  • Imperatives for the Well being and Progress of Solar and Heliospheric Physics
  • Connections to Different Disciplines

Preface to Solar and Space Physics PDF E book


Strategic planning actions inside NASA’s Science Mission Directorate (SMD) and a number of Nationwide Science Basis (NSF) divisions draw closely on stories issued by the Nationwide Analysis Council (NRC), significantly these from the Space Research Board (SSB).

Principal amongst these SSB inputs is identification of precedence science and missions and amenities within the decadal science technique surveys.

The primary true decadal technique for the sector of photo voltaic and house physics, The Solar to the Earth—and Past: A Decadal Analysis Technique in Solar and Space Physics, was printed in 2003.

 

That complete research reviewed related analysis and purposes actions, listed the important thing science questions, and really helpful particular spacecraft missions and ground-based amenities and applications for the interval 2003-2012.

Supplemented by a number of subsequent SSB research—for instance, A Efficiency Evaluation of NASA’s Heliophysics Program (2009);

Distributed Arrays of Small Devices for Solar-Terrestrial Analysis: Report of a Workshop (2006); Plasma Physics of the Native Cosmos (2004); Exploration of the Outer Heliosphere and the Native Interstellar Medium:

A Workshop Report (2004); and The Function of Solar and Space Physics in NASA’s Space Exploration Initiative (2004)—the 2003 survey report offered key steering for the SMD’s photo voltaic and house physics (referred to as heliophysics at NASA) applications and NSF’s associated atmospheric and geosciences applications in the course of the first decade of the 21st century.

The profitable initiation of most of the missions and applications really helpful within the previous research, mixed with necessary discoveries by a number of ground- and space-based analysis actions, demonstrated the necessity for a second decadal survey of photo voltaic and house physics.

Thus, in March 2010, Edward J. Weiler, NASA’s affiliate administrator for the SMD, requested that a new decadal technique survey be initiated (Appendix A).

The request was seconded by the management of NSF’s Division of Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences. Particular duties outlined within the request included the next:

• An outline of the science and a broad survey of the present state of data within the discipline, together with a dialogue of the connection between space- and ground-based science analysis and its connection to different scientific areas;

• Dedication of probably the most compelling science challenges which have arisen from current advances and accomplishments;

• Identification—having thought-about scientific worth, urgency, price class and danger, and technical readiness—of the highest-priority science targets for the interval 2013-2022, recommending science targets and measurement necessities for every goal moderately than particular mission or undertaking design/ implementation ideas; and

• Improvement of an built-in analysis technique that can current means to handle these targets

In response to this request, the NRC appointed the 19-member Committee on a Decadal Technique for Solar and Space Physics (Heliophysics) and 86 further specialists organized into three self-discipline panels.

The Panel on Environment-Ionosphere-Magnetosphere Interactions, the Panel on Solar Wind-Magnetosphere Interactions, and the Panel on Solar and Heliospheric Physics—and 5 casual working teams.

The self-discipline panels had been charged with the duty of defining the present state of analysis of their self-discipline and figuring out priorities for scientific investigations in these areas.

One member of every panel additionally served on the survey committee as a designated liaison. The working teams—Idea, Modeling, and Knowledge Exploitation; Explorers, Suborbital, and Different Platforms; Improvements: Technology, Devices, and Knowledge Techniques;

Analysis to Operations/Operations to Analysis; and Training and Workforce—had been equally charged to evaluate the state of the sector in these cross-cutting areas and to find out areas of essential wants.

These working teams had been composed roughly half by members of the survey committee and panels and half by volunteer consultants.

The members of the working teams are listed within the part that follows this preface. In complete, the survey committee, self-discipline panels, and working teams concerned 105 members. This effort has been supported by NASA and NSF.

 

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