The solar wind is an uninterrupted flow of highly ionised plasma that fills interplanetary space and is crossed by strong transient perturbations such as coronal mass ejections (CMEs). These phenomena, in addition to corotating density structures and solar energetic particles (SEPs), drive a large range of disturbances to planetary atmospheres. Their properties and arrival times are, however, difficult to predict with reasonable accuracy. Observations from multiple vantage points, in-situ measurements from multiple positions and modelling efforts have been employed systematically to study the properties of the solar wind plasma and of CMEs, from their formation to their arrival at Earth and at planets throughout the inner heliosphere.

The recently launched Parker Solar Probe, the imminent launch of Solar Orbiter, as well as potential future missions at L1 and L5, and planetary missions that will measure the solar wind during their cruise phase (e.g. BepiColombo), will provide us with the perfect opportunity to test, validate, and refine the current knowledge of these physical phenomena and their interactions. Accordingly, the aim of this session is to showcase the latest observational and modelling efforts regarding the evolution of the solar wind and CMEs during their propagation throughout the heliosphere as seen from multiple vantage points, and to foresee future developments. Potential improvements to our current space weather forecasting capabilities will be highlighted.

Convener: David Barnes | Co-conveners: Erika Palmerio, Rui Pinto
| Tue, 09 Apr, 16:15–18:00
Room 1.61
| Attendance Wed, 10 Apr, 14:00–15:45
Hall X4

Attendance time: Wednesday, 10 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X4

Chairperson: Rui Pinto
X4.123 |
A Catalogue of Coronal Mass Ejections Observed by the Heliospheric Imagers throughout the STEREO Mission
David Barnes, Jackie Davies, and Richard Harrison and the The HELCATS Team
Hall X4
X4.124 |
Tanja Amerstorfer, Jürgen Hinterreiter, Christian Möstl, Jackie A. Davies, Ute V. Amerstorfer, Martin A. Reiss, Manuela Temmer, Rachel L. Bailey, and Richard A. Harrison
Hall X4
X4.125 |
Iuliia Zagainova, Victor Fainshtein, Ludmila Gromova, and Sergei Gromov
Hall X4
X4.126 |
Jürgen Hinterreiter, Tanja Amerstorfer, Manuela Temmer, Christian Möstl, Martin Reiss, Ute Amerstorfer, and Rachel Bailey
Hall X4
X4.127 |
Jingnan Guo, Manuela Temmer, Astrid Veronig, Miho Janvier, Stefan Hofmeister, Robert Wimmer-Schweingruber, and Jasper Halekas
Hall X4
X4.128 |
Manuela Temmer, Lukas Holzknecht, Mateja Dumbovic, and Bojan Vrsnak
Hall X4
X4.129 |
Vratislav Krupar, Milan Maksimovic, Adam Szabo, Ondrej Santolik, and Oksana Kruparova
Hall X4
X4.130 |
Oksana Kruparova, Vratislav Krupar, Jana Safrankova, Zdenek Nemecek, and Ondrej Santolik
Hall X4
X4.131 |
Phillip Hess and Robin Colaninno
Hall X4
X4.132 |
Athanasios Papaioannou, Anatoly Belov, Angelos Vourlidas, and Anastasios Anastasiadis
Hall X4
X4.133 |
Benjamin Lynch, Erika Palmerio, Jens Pomoell, C. Richard DeVore, Maria Kazachenko, and Emilia Kilpua
Hall X4
Hall X4
X4.135 |
Dario Del Moro, Francesco Berrilli, Alice Cristaldi, Roberta Forte, Luca Giovannelli, Gianluca Napoletano, and Ermanno Pietropaolo
Hall X4
X4.136 |
Simon Good, Emilia Kilpua, Adrian LaMoury, Robert Forsyth, Jonathan Eastwood, and Christian Möstl
Hall X4
X4.137 |
Dana-Camelia Talpeanu, Francesco P. Zuccarello, Emmanuel Chané, Stefaan Poedts, Elke D'Huys, Marilena Mierla, and Ilia Roussev
Hall X4
X4.138 |
Matti Ala-Lahti, Emilia Kilpua, Jan Souček, Tuija Pulkkinen, and Andrew Dimmock
Hall X4
X4.139 |
Johan von Forstner, Jingnan Guo, Robert F. Wimmer-Schweingruber, Manuela Temmer, Mateja Dumbović, Astrid Veronig, Christian Möstl, Donald M. Hassler, Cary J. Zeitlin, and Bent Ehresmann