The dynamics perspective

S. Turck-Chièze, W. Schmutz, G. Thuillier, S. Jefferies, P. Pallé, S. Dewitt, J. Ballot, G. Berthomieu, A. Bonanno, A. S. Brun, J. Christensen-Dalsgaard, T. Corbard, S. Couvidat, A. M. Darwich, B. Dintrans, V. Domingo, W. Finsterle, E. Fossat, R. A. García, B. GellyD. Gough, J. Guzik, A. J. Jiménez, S. Jiménez-Reyes, A. Kosovichev, P. Lambert, S. Lefebvre, I. Lopes, M. Martic, S. Mathis, S. Mathur, P. A.P. Nghiem, L. Piau, J. Provost, M. Rieutord, J. M. Robillot, T. Rogers, T. Roudier, I. Roxburgh, J. P. Rozelot, C. Straka, S. Talon, S. Théado, M. Thompson, S. Vauclair, J. P. Zahn

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Abstract

The DynaMICS1 space perspective is devoted to the long trend (decades or centuries) global properties of the Sun. Its main scientific objectives are: (1) to build a complete 3D rotating and magnetic picture of the Sun from the central core up to the chromosphere thanks to new observational constraints, (2) to deduce the different sources of dynamo and their interplay, (3) to build models of the already observed great maxima and minima solar activities and give some predictions for the coming decades, (4) to produce outputs useful to quantify the solar variabilities which impact on the Earth climate, (5) to extend the dynamical properties for solar-like stars and build dynamical stellar evolution codes. Understanding the magnetic field of the radiative zone is a crucial objective as it plays a key role in the long-term Sun-Earth relationship. We outline here the instruments: GOLFNG, MOF, SODISM, PREMOS, SOVAP that we are developing to reach this goal. They will detect, from space, solar acoustic and gravity modes together with radius and irradiance variations from UV to visible. Part of them will also improve our knowledge on the transition region between photosphere and chromosphere. These instruments must observe the Sun during a decade from an orbit which ensures continuity, stability and measurements of tiny variations.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationSOHO 18/GONG 2006/HELAS I Beyond the spherical Sun
PublisherEuropean Space Agency
ISBN (Print)9290929359, 9789290929352
StatePublished - Oct 2006
EventSOHO 18/GONG 2006/HELAS I Beyond the spherical Sun - Sheffield, United Kingdom
Duration: Aug 7 2006Aug 11 2006

Publication series

NameEuropean Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP
Volume624 SP
ISSN (Print)0379-6566

Other

OtherSOHO 18/GONG 2006/HELAS I Beyond the spherical Sun
CountryUnited Kingdom
CitySheffield
Period8/7/068/11/06

Keywords

  • Magnetic cycles
  • Solar interior
  • Space climate
  • Sun-earth relationship

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Space and Planetary Science

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    Turck-Chièze, S., Schmutz, W., Thuillier, G., Jefferies, S., Pallé, P., Dewitt, S., Ballot, J., Berthomieu, G., Bonanno, A., Brun, A. S., Christensen-Dalsgaard, J., Corbard, T., Couvidat, S., Darwich, A. M., Dintrans, B., Domingo, V., Finsterle, W., Fossat, E., García, R. A., ... Zahn, J. P. (2006). The dynamics perspective. In SOHO 18/GONG 2006/HELAS I Beyond the spherical Sun (European Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP; Vol. 624 SP). European Space Agency.