HOP 232 - on-disk coronal hole jet observations
International Team met in 2013 to discuss observations and modeling
of solar jets. The team agreed to create a new Hinode Observing Program
(HOP) to obtain new observations of coronal hole jets, and Peter Young
contributed by creating a new EIS observation study to be run for the
HOP. Details of HOP 232 are given at the ISAS
The table below gives links to information about the various runs of HOP 232.
|Narrow coronal hole close to NE limb.
|Small, isolated coronal hole in northern hemisphere; close to central meridian.