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5월 20일(화요일) 우주과학과 세미나 안내
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세미나 공지 드리겠습니다.
 
 
이번 세미나는 5월 20일 오후 4시 30분 천문대 영상실에서 있습니다.
 
경희대의 D. Martini 박사님 께서 " High-latitude ground and space-based observations of solar wind-magnetosphere " 라는 제목의 강연을 해 주실 예정입니다.
 
강연은 영어로 진행됩니다.
 
 
세미나 참석을 원하시는 분은 세미나 시작 10분 전까지 입실해 주시기 바랍니다.
 
많은 참석 부탁드립니다. 감사합니다.
 
 
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Dear Colleagues,
 
There will be an Astronomy and Space Science 20th, 4:30 PM,  in Auditorium, Kyung Hee Astronomical Observatory.
Dr. D. Martini of KHU will give a presentation about " High-latitude ground and space-based observations of solar wind-magnetosphere ".
 
The language of the seminar will be English.
 
 
You are asked to join the seminar five to ten minutes before it starts. Your attendance will greatly be appreciated.
 
 
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Seminar Information
 
When: May 20th (Tues), 4:30 PM
 
Where: Auditorium, Kyung Hee Astronomical Observatory.
 
Speaker: Dr. D. Martini
 
Title : High-latitude ground and space-based observations of solar wind-magnetosphere
Abstract:
For vast regions of magnetosphere are mapped in a relatively narrow latitudinal bend in the
polar regions, high-latitude monitoring of solar wind energy transfer and its dissipation in
ionosphere gives unique opportunity to study geomagnetic disturbances in their complexity.
In the seminar I give brief review on the basics of magnetic and radar observation techniques
and some of their usual applications in exploring disturbances driven by the changing solar
wind and IMF. Furthermore, I introduce a recently implemented joint measurement project of
the Space Physics Group/University of Oulu and School of Space Research/Kyung Hee
University. This project has been designed to simultaneous monitoring of high-latitude
activity with the North European incoherent scatter radar array (EISCAT) supported by
ground-based magnetometer and all-sky camera data, and the ENA observations from
CINEMA satellite system.