Session 2 Results from the Great American Solar Eclipse

Monday, 8 January 2018: 10:30 AM-12:00 PM
Salon J (Hilton) (Austin, Texas)
Host: 15th Conference on Space Weather
Barbara Thompson, NASA, Greenbelt, MD

The total solar eclipse that will occur on 21 August 2017 will have its path of totality over the continental United States. Talks from this session will highlight early results from observations of the eclipse with an emphasis on space weather impacts. Presentations from citizen science activities related to the solar eclipse are also welcome.

10:30 AM
Ionospheric Signatures of the 21 August 2017 Solar Eclipse
Anthea Coster, MIT, Westford, MA; and L. Goncharenko, S. Zhang, P. J. Erickson, J. Soohoo, E. Derome, J. Swoboda, G. Earle, L. Kordella, D. J. Knipp, and T. Bullet
10:45 AM
The Far-Away Effects of Solar Eclipse
Larisa Goncharenko, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Westford, MA; and A. Coster, P. J. Erickson, and S. Zhang
11:15 AM
Small Unmanned Aircraft System Flights during the 2017 Solar Eclipse
Edward J. Dumas Jr., NOAA and Oak Ridge Associated Universities, Oak Ridge, TN; and T. Lee, M. Buban, R. J. Dobosy, and B. B. Baker
11:30 AM
Impact of Eclipse of 21 August 2017 on the Atmospheric Boundary Layer
Kevin R. Knupp, Univ. of Alabama, Huntsville, AL; and R. A. Wade and B. M. Lund
11:45 AM
Initial Results of HamSCI Ham Radio 21 August 2017 Eclipse Ionospheric Experiments
Nathaniel A. Frissell, Ham Radio Science Citizen Investigation, Newark, NJ; and J. R. Ackermann, D. Bern, F. Ceglia, G. Earle, P. J. Erickson, A. Gerrard, R. Gerzoff, P. Gladstone, S. W. Gunning, J. D. Huba, J. D. Katz, E. Miller, M. Moses, S. E. Reyer, S. W. Rose, A. Shovkoplyas, H. W. Silver, P. Smith, J. S. Vega, M. L. West, and R. Williams
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