SOHO Weekly Meeting Minutes Week 01, 30 December 2002 - 05 January 2003

Status Report From: Goddard Space Flight Center
Posted: Monday, December 30, 2002

                      WEEKLY MEETING MINUTES
	      Week 01, 30 December 2002 - 05 January 2003

1. Announcements
* No SOC will be in the office on Wednesday 1 January. Call or page
  Emily at home if you need a SOC.

2. Operations Constraints
* Commanding times for next week:

  Monday -    Gap from 15-20 UT.
  Tuesday -   Gap from 15:30-19 UT then D27.
  Wednesday - Gap then D27 from 15-20 UT then D46.
  Thursday -  Gap then D16 from 15-17 then D27.
  Friday -    Gap then D27 from 15-17 then D46 at 20 UT.
  Saturday -  D27 all day starting at 15 UT.
  Sunday -    Gap until 15:30 UT then D16.

3. Coordinated Observations
M Dec 30 (W01)  
T Dec 31
W Jan 01        New Years Day (US Holdiay)
T Jan 02        
F Jan 03        
S Jan 04
S Jan 05

Other activities for Week 01:
* Week 01       JOP136 Default RHESSI Collaborations (#6850),
                  POC: Stein Haugan
* Week 01       JOP159 CME's in Lyman-alpha (#6870), SWAN/LASCO/EIT
                  POC: Chris St Cyr, Eric Quemerais
* Dec 26-Jan 10 UVCS Streamer Properties Over the Solar Cycle

Submodes: Submode 6

Planners for Week 01:
CDS     -- Bill Thompson        MDI     -- Sarah Gregory
EIT     -- Joe Gurman           SUMER   -- not observing
LASCO   -- Ops Team             UVCS    -- Michael Uzzo/Leonard Strachan  
TRACE   -- Karel Schrijver

Relevant Notes
CDS:	Full sun study on Monday. Line width measurements on Tuesday
	and Wednesday. EUV intensities in AR's Tuesday and Wednesday. 
	CDS/UVCS streamer study on Thursday. Usual studies for the 
	rest of the week.
UVCS:	Streamer study and synoptics.

LASCO:	C2/C3 synoptics, JOP159 Wednesday - Friday.

EIT:	195 CME watch and synoptics, JOP159 Wednesday - Friday.

MDI:	Full disk cropped magnetograms and dopplergrams. 

TRACE:  AR tracking. Will be loading plans on Monday, Thursday,
	and Friday only.

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