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__Week beginning 7th June 2008__

As of 4th June 012:46 UT (EIT 195) there are essentially no ARs on the disc. Overall activity remains below GOES A. STEREO B shows N- and S-polar CHs and there are also on-disc holes. The weekly EIS summary starts Saturday but there are discussions underway to better align the start with the mission planning process and the CO cycle.

;:0_a. Run SYNOP005_A at Sun-centre during each XRT SYNOP

;:0_b. Run SYNOP006 weekly if possible but still useful at longer intervals

;:0_c. Run SYNOP006 on 9th June (11:00 UT to 14:30 UT) to participate in SOHO/STEREO Intercalibration programme


1.  Polar Coronal Hole Observation – Harra, Gabriel

;:- EIS should be pointed to include the boundary of the coronal hole and the limb
;:- Obtain velocity maps of million degree plasma
;:- request Ca II from SOT and the normal polar dynamics study from XRT
;:- 1" slit scan, FOV 140"x256", 45sec exp time; DPCM for line profile precision
;:- run JS_CH_140x256p; data volume: 77295 kBits, run time: 1h55m13s
;:- Note 1: run regcal 071 and regcal 072 before running this study
;:- Note 2: ideally this study should run e.g. 2 or 3 times consecutively
;:- please inform proposers in advance when study run is planned; SOHO co-ordination necessary (lkh@mssl.ucl.ac.uk, alan.gabriel@ias.u-psud.fr)


2. Quiet sun dynamics study - Muglach

;:- run studies in the order: three times (a) - n times (b) - three times (a)
;:- a) Study: quiet_sun_slot (#210); 40x512 slot image as context
;:- three images should be taken before and after program b)
;:- b) Study: qs-dynamics-small (#245)
;:- run in areas of quiet Sun, plage and moderately active regions e.g AR 10993 
;:- slit should at least be partially on the disk
;:- avoid large, well developed ARs and coronal holes
;:- study observes small-scale short-term variation of QS structures in cool EIS lines.
;:- repeat n times to fit into available data volume; at least for 30 min
;:- EXPOSURE: 20s, RASTER: Scanning, 4 steps, SLIT: 2", STEP: 2" FOV: 10"x464"
;:- if n = 15 for (b), data volume is 110 Mbits; run (b) longer if volume available

Co-observing: - SOT:

;:1). magnetograms in either Fe I or Na I, in 60s cadence (or less if telemetry allows). SOT should start its observations at least 15 min before EIS and continue at least another 15 min after end of EIS observing.
;:2). SP scans of the target regions valuable additions but lower priority than 1.
;:3).BFI images in G-Band can be added; lower priority than 1 and 2.
;:- XRT: filtergrams in the thinnest filter(s)


3. QS Brightenings – Bewsher (d.bewsher@rl.ac.uk), Young (p.r.young@rl.ac.uk)

;:- EIS to point at quiet Sun region near disk centre
;:- run following studies:
;:- PRY_slot_context_v2 (dur: 3min; vol: 3 Mbit) once at start of observation
;:- tr_bright_lo (dur: 6min; vol: 1.5 Mbit) repeatedly to fill available time slot
;:- PRY_slot_context_v2 again, once at end of observation
;:- run tr_bright_lo for minimum of 4h; longer if possible
;:- request SOT and XRT to observe EIS FoV: 20" x 144"


4. Coronal Hole Density Measurement – Young

;:- polar or equatorial CH
;:- select pointing based on EIT 195 images; choose darkest part of CH
;:- accurate warm pixel removal essential for CH data
;:- run REGCAL071 and REGCAL072 on the same day; also context study
;:- study sequence is: 
;:- Note 1: repeat PRY_slot_context_v2 to fill the available time slot; vol: 20 Mbit; data rate: 5.2 kbps
;:- Note 2: for large dark CH areas, stitch two or more repeats of PRY_CH_density


5. Test of QS study for later limb-to-limb observation - Feldman

;:- spectral atlas for future tracking of QS region as it crosses disc
;:- test before commitment to full observation
;:- QS or CH target preferred but could be run on weak AR
;:- run FELDMAN_QSCH_ATLASv1; Study ID # 272
;:- data volume: 140 Mbits; Slit: 2\u201d; Step: 2\u201d;  Positions: 30; Exposure: 120s


__Week beginning 7th June and beyond__

;:- continue with variants of the above programme\\
;:- prepare for data compression test studies\\
;:- prepare for grating focus tests\\

5.  Loop morphology and oscillations - de Moortel (ineke@mcs.st-and.ac.uk), Bewsher (d.bewsher@rl.ac.uk), Young (p.r.young@rl.ac.uk)\\

;:- relatively quiescent (non-flaring) coronal loop system either on disk or limb.\\
;:- point to loops in the active region.\\
;:- run PRY_footpoints_lite (dur: 28min; vol: 55 Mbit), sta_loop_slot_lo (dur: 39min; vol: 22 Mbit).\\
;:- study sequence is: \\
{{PRY_footpoints_lite once at beginning of a period\\
sta_loop_slot_lo at the same pointing\\
repeat sta_loop_slot_lo to fill available time slot.}}
;:- run on East limb AR; advise schedule to de Moortel\\