Session 5 Observational Platforms for Space Weather—Part III

Tuesday, 9 January 2018: 1:30 PM-3:30 PM
Salon J (Hilton) (Austin, Texas)
Host: 15th Conference on Space Weather
Robert M. Robinson, Inspace, Arlington, VA

This session will look at some of the many new facilities that are coming into existence as well as being proposed. Existing facilities are being upgraded or are developing new techniques. The focus of these two sessions will be on the way these new observational capabilities support the space weather enterprise.

1:30 PM
Planning for Future Space Weather Observational Platforms
Frank W. Gallagher III, NESDIS, Silver Spring, MD; and K. St. Germain, T. G. Onsager, D. Biesecker, M. W. Maier, and I. Azeem
1:45 PM
Space Weather Observational Priorities in the NSOSA Satellite Architecture Planning Study
Terrance G. Onsager, NOAA/NWS, Boulder, CO; and D. A. Biesecker, R. A. Anthes, M. W. Maier, F. W. Gallagher III, and K. St. Germain
2:00 PM
U.S. Air Force Space Weather Federal Agency Perspective
Ralph O. Stoffler, U.S. Air Force, Washington, DC
2:15 PM
2:30 PM
The USAF Space Weather Operations Center
John Ross, 557 Weather Wing, Space Weather Operations Center, Offutt AFB, NE
2:45 PM
NCEI Sun to Earth: Space Weather Observations, Activities, and Services
Rob Redmon, ; and J. V. Rodriguez, J. M. Darnel, J. L. Machol, B. Kress, P. T. M. Loto'aniu, D. Seaton, S. Califf, and W. F. Denig

3:00 PM
A Policy Framework to Enhance National Space Weather Resilience
Seth Jonas, Institute for Defense Analyses/Science and Technology Policy Institute, Washington, DC; and B. Caldwell

3:15 PM
Blending of Space-Based and Ground-Based Magnetograms: Application to Combining L5 and Ground-Based Observations for Solar Wind Forecasting
Thomas Berger, NOAA, Boulder, CO; and G. Petrie, L. Bertello, A. A. Pevtsov, V. Martinez-Pillet, N. arge, C. Henney, and K. Shurkin
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