CEDAR email: GDC Community Town Hall at Fall AGU: Dec 15, 1245-1345 Central, McCormick S103ab
Rowland, Douglas (GSFC-6750)
douglas.e.rowland at nasa.gov
Wed Oct 26 13:43:06 MDT 2022
For anyone attending AGU who’d like to learn more about NASA’s upcoming Geospace Dynamics Constellation (GDC) mission, we’ll be hosting a Community Town Hall (session TH43J) Thursday December 15 at 1245-1345 Central Time. All are encouraged to come and participate.
TH43J - Geospace Dynamics Constellation (GDC) Community Town Hall
Thursday, 15 December 2022
13:45 - 14:45
McCormick Place - S103ab
This is an open meeting focused on providing status updates on plans for the Geospace Dynamics Constellation (GDC) mission, NASA’s next Living With a Star mission. GDC’s six satellites, orbiting in an evolving constellation at 350-400 km altitude, will provide groundbreaking observations of the upper atmosphere and ionosphere’s response to magnetospheric and solar energy input, over scales ranging from local to regional to global. In addition to the status updates, this Town Hall will include some community discussion and Q&A about the current status and future plans for the mission. Of particular interest are 1) avenues by which GDC observations could be leveraged to serve as a strategic hub for other projects; 2) ways to leverage GDC’s measurements to support R2O activities that can support National Space Weather goals; 3) community plans for ground-based observations that could work in concert with GDC to produce unique science.
Doug Rowland (he/him)
Project Scientist, Geospace Dynamics Constellation
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Work e-mail: douglas.e.rowland at nasa.gov<mailto:douglas.e.rowland at nasa.gov>
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