EGU21-15152
https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-egu21-15152
EGU General Assembly 2021
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The Energetic Particle Detector (EPD) Electron-Proton Telescope (EPT) on Solar Orbiter: First Data

Alexander Kollhoff1, Daniel Pacheco1, Robert F. Wimmer-Schweingruber1, Johan von Forstner1, Lars Berger1, Sandra Eldrum1, Zigong Xu1, Bernd Heber1, Javier Rodriguez-Pacheco2, George Ho3, and the EPD team*
Alexander Kollhoff et al.
  • 1Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany
  • 2University of Alcalá, Spain
  • 3Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, United States of America
  • *A full list of authors appears at the end of the abstract

Solar Orbiter’s Energetic Particle Detector (EPD) was commissioned in early 2020 and has since been returning data from the inner heliosphere. Despite the low activity in the current deep and extended solar minimum, EPD has observed a number of solar particle events and numerous other enhancements of energetic particles. As one of the four complementary EPD sensors, the Electron-Proton Telescope (EPT) covers the gap between the high and low particle-energy measurements of HET and STEP. With four double-ended telescopes, EPT is capable of measuring electrons and ions in an energy range of 35-400keV and 45-7000keV respectively, while providing anisotropy information from four different viewing directions.

We will present a first overview of EPT measurements, exhibiting some of the EPT data products which are made available by the European Space Agency (ESA).

In order to provide the community a deep insight into the data, we will go through different aspects of the measurements, including the current status of the intercalibration with the other EPD instruments.

EPD team:

Pacheco, Daniel Berger, Lars von Forstner, Johan Eldrum, Sandra Kollhoff, Alex Xu, Zigong Kühl, Patrick Wimmer-Schweingruber, Robert Gomez-Herrero, Raul Espinosa, Francisco Cernuda, Ignacio Rodríguez-Pacheco, Javier Mason, Glenn M. Ho, George Robert C., Allen Martínez, Agustín Cummings, Alan McKinnon, Alec Warmuth, Alexander Klassen, Andreas Posner, Arik Pirard, Benoit Heber, Bernd Klecker, Berndt Feldman, Bill Sanahuja, Blai McKibben, Bruce Barraclough, Bruce Lopate, C. Martín, César Ng, Chee Lee, D. H. Lario, David Larson, Davin Haggerty, Dennis Hassler, Don Stone, Edward C. Valtonen, Eino Sarris, Emmanuel Flückiger, Erwin Aguado, Fernando Mann, Gottfried Bernat, Guillem Aurass, Henry García, Ignacio Connell, J. Ryan, James M. Köhler, Jan Blanco Ávalos, Juan José Kartavykh, Julia Mannheim, Karl Klein, Karl-Ludwig Seimetz, Lars Panitzsch, Lauri Kocharov, Leon Wang, Linghua Prieto, Manuel Wiedenbeck, Mark E. Hill, Matt Gopalswamy, Nat Paschalidis, Nick Vilmer, Nicole Dresing, Nina Malandraki, Olga Limousin, Olivier García, Óscar Gutiérrez, Óscar Rodríguez-Polo, Óscar Parra, Pablo Louarn, Philippe Zong, Qiugang Vainio, Rami Müller-Mellin, Reinhold Mewaldt, Richard Castillo, Ronald Sánchez, S. Kulkarni, Shrinivasrao Burmeister, Sönke Böttcher, Stephan Parkes, Steve Bale, Stuart v. Rosenvinge, Tyco Dröge, Wolfgang Aran, Angels Drews, Christian Owen, Christopher Maksimovic, Milan Bucik, Radoslav Krucker, Säm Horbury, Timothy Janitzek, Nils

How to cite: Kollhoff, A., Pacheco, D., Wimmer-Schweingruber, R. F., von Forstner, J., Berger, L., Eldrum, S., Xu, Z., Heber, B., Rodriguez-Pacheco, J., and Ho, G. and the EPD team: The Energetic Particle Detector (EPD) Electron-Proton Telescope (EPT) on Solar Orbiter: First Data, EGU General Assembly 2021, online, 19–30 Apr 2021, EGU21-15152, https://doi.org/10.5194/egusphere-egu21-15152, 2021.

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