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HELIO: The Heliophysics Integrated Observatory

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  • R. D. Bentley
  • A. Csillaghy
  • J. Aboudarham
  • C. Jacquey
  • M. A. Hapgood
  • K. Bocchialini
  • M. Messerotti
  • J. Brooke
  • P. Gallagher
  • P. Fox
  • N. Hurlburt
  • D. A. Roberts
  • L. Sanchez Duarte
Journal publication date15/06/2011
JournalAdvances in Space Research
Journal number12
Volume47
Number of pages5
Pages2235-2239
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Heliophysics is a new research field that explores the Sun Solar System Connection; it requires the joint exploitation of solar, heliospheric, magnetospheric and ionospheric observations.

HELIO, the Heliophysics Integrated Observatory, will facilitate this study by creating an integrated e-Infrastructure that has no equivalent anywhere else. It will be a key component of a worldwide effort to integrate heliophysics data and will coordinate closely with international organizations to exploit synergies with complementary domains.

HELIO was proposed under a Research Infrastructure call in the Capacities Programme of the European Commission's 7th Framework Programme (FP7). The project was selected for negotiation in January 2009; following a successful conclusion to these, the project started on I June 2009 and will last for 36 months. 0 2010 Published by Elsevier Ltd. on behalf of COSPAR.