Imperial College London

Dr Jonathan P. Eastwood

Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Physics

Senior Lecturer
 
 
 
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6M63Blackett LaboratorySouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Publications

Citation

BibTex format

@article{Horbury:2020:0004-6361/201937257,
author = {Horbury, TS and OBrien, H and Carrasco, Blazquez I and Bendyk, M and Brown, P and Hudson, R and Evans, V and Oddy, TM and Carr, CM and Beek, TJ and Cupido, E and Bhattacharya, S and Dominguez, J-A and Matthews, L and Myklebust, VR and Whiteside, B and Bale, SD and Baumjohann, W and Burgess, D and Carbone, V and Cargill, P and Eastwood, J and Erdös, G and Fletcher, L and Forsyth, R and Giacalone, J and Glassmeier, K-H and Goldstein, ML and Hoeksema, T and Lockwood, M and Magnes, W and Maksimovic, M and Marsch, E and Matthaeus, WH and Murphy, N and Nakariakov, VM and Owen, CJ and Owens, M and Rodriguez-Pacheco, J and Richter, I and Riley, P and Russell, CT and Schwartz, S and Vainio, R and Velli, M and Vennerstrom, S and Walsh, R and Wimmer-Schweingruber, RF and Zank, G and Müller, D and Zouganelis, I and Walsh, AP},
doi = {0004-6361/201937257},
journal = {Astronomy & Astrophysics},
pages = {A9--A9},
title = {The Solar Orbiter magnetometer},
url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201937257},
volume = {642},
year = {2020}
}

RIS format (EndNote, RefMan)

TY  - JOUR
AB - The magnetometer instrument on the Solar Orbiter mission is designed to measure the magnetic field local to the spacecraft continuously for the entire mission duration. The need to characterise not only the background magnetic field but also its variations on scales from far above to well below the proton gyroscale result in challenging requirements on stability, precision, and noise, as well as magnetic and operational limitations on both the spacecraft and other instruments. The challenging vibration and thermal environment has led to significant development of the mechanical sensor design. The overall instrument design, performance, data products, and operational strategy are described.
AU - Horbury,TS
AU - OBrien,H
AU - Carrasco,Blazquez I
AU - Bendyk,M
AU - Brown,P
AU - Hudson,R
AU - Evans,V
AU - Oddy,TM
AU - Carr,CM
AU - Beek,TJ
AU - Cupido,E
AU - Bhattacharya,S
AU - Dominguez,J-A
AU - Matthews,L
AU - Myklebust,VR
AU - Whiteside,B
AU - Bale,SD
AU - Baumjohann,W
AU - Burgess,D
AU - Carbone,V
AU - Cargill,P
AU - Eastwood,J
AU - Erdös,G
AU - Fletcher,L
AU - Forsyth,R
AU - Giacalone,J
AU - Glassmeier,K-H
AU - Goldstein,ML
AU - Hoeksema,T
AU - Lockwood,M
AU - Magnes,W
AU - Maksimovic,M
AU - Marsch,E
AU - Matthaeus,WH
AU - Murphy,N
AU - Nakariakov,VM
AU - Owen,CJ
AU - Owens,M
AU - Rodriguez-Pacheco,J
AU - Richter,I
AU - Riley,P
AU - Russell,CT
AU - Schwartz,S
AU - Vainio,R
AU - Velli,M
AU - Vennerstrom,S
AU - Walsh,R
AU - Wimmer-Schweingruber,RF
AU - Zank,G
AU - Müller,D
AU - Zouganelis,I
AU - Walsh,AP
DO - 0004-6361/201937257
EP - 9
PY - 2020///
SN - 0004-6361
SP - 9
TI - The Solar Orbiter magnetometer
T2 - Astronomy & Astrophysics
UR - http://dx.doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201937257
UR - https://www.aanda.org/articles/aa/abs/2020/10/aa37257-19/aa37257-19.html
UR - http://hdl.handle.net/10044/1/83735
VL - 642
ER -