METEOSPACE, solar monitoring and space weather at Calern observatory

Abstract : METEOSPACE is a new partnership project between the Paris Observatory (OP), the Observatoire de la Côte d'Azur (OCA), the French Air Force and a service company (LUNA technology) for the development and operation of a set of small telescopes Hα / Ca II K / Ca II H / G band to be installed at on the Calern plateau (OCA). The objective is to monitor solar activity for both research and its applications in space weather through continuous optical observations of the dynamic phenomena that are visible in the chromosphere: eruptions, destabilization of the filaments triggering coronal mass ejections and associated Moreton waves.
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Thierry Corbard, Jean-Marie Malherbe, Daniel Crussaire, F. Morand, François Ruty, et al.. METEOSPACE, solar monitoring and space weather at Calern observatory. Journées 2016 de la Société Française d’Astronomie & d’Astrophysique (SF2A), Jun 2016, Lyon, France. pp.293-296. ⟨insu-01527792⟩

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