Jun 13 – 19, 2015
University of Alberta
America/Edmonton timezone
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CASSIOPE e-POP and coordinated ground-based studies of polar ion outflow, auroral dynamics, wave-particle interactions, and radio propagation

Jun 16, 2015, 2:15 PM
CAB 243 (University of Alberta)

CAB 243

University of Alberta

Oral (Non-Student) / orale (non-étudiant) Atmospheric and Space Physics / Physique atmosphérique et de l'espace (DASP-DPAE) T2-3 Ground-based / in situ observations and studies of space environment II (DASP) / Observations et études de l'environnement spatial, sur terre et in situ II (DPAE)


Andrew Yau (University of Calgary)


The Enhanced Polar Outflow Probe (e-POP) is an 8-instrument scientific payload on the Canadian CASSIOPE small satellite, comprised of plasma, magnetic field, radio, and optical instruments designed for in-situ observations in the topside polar ionosphere at the highest-possible resolution. Its science objectives are to quantify the micro-scale characteristics of plasma outflow in the polar ionosphere and probe related micro- and meso-scale plasma processes at unprecedented resolution, and explore the occurrence morphology of neutral escape in the upper atmosphere. The e-POP mission comprises three important components for the investigation of atmospheric and plasma flows and related auroral and wave particle interaction processes in the topside polar ionosphere: a satellite, a ground-based and a theoretical component. We present an overview of the important, new observations and related results from these three interconnected mission components since the successful launch of CASSIOPE in September 2013.

Primary author

Andrew Yau (University of Calgary)


Dr H. Gordon James (University of Calgary)

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