EIS Planning & Operations
If you've come here, you've probably either clicked on the link in the Hinode/EIS Wiki sidebar and are wondering what this page is about; or you are looking for specific information.
This page is a sort of directory of various articles and discussions on planning observations with EIS. Some operational details are introduced in these pages by way of explanation. For example, if you are interested in finding out how to tailor your observations to be best suited for the way EIS works, check out our new page at SbandObservingInfo.
Or if you'd like to find an existing programme which suits the kind of observations you'd like to run, then take a look at SearchingForStudies. There's much more information besides, all below!
How to get your observations run#For examples of what EIS is running these days, and who to talk to about proposing observations if you have questions, go over to PlanningObservations. And to find out what you should submit with your observation request, check out the guidelines in Newstudies.
S-Band Era Observing - new#Since Hinode made the switch to the S-Band antenna, there are a number of considerations to bear in mind. These are described on our Wiki page at SbandObservingInfo.
And for an idea of studies designed to optimised for this antenna, see some examples at Study4LowDataVolume.