AAS 204th Meeting, June 2004
Session 72 Solar Input to the Heliosphere
SPD Poster, Thursday, June 3, 2004, 9:20am-4:00pm, Ballroom

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[72.06] The STEREO Science Center

W. T. Thompson, M. Kaiser, T. Kucera (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)

STEREO (Solar TErrestrial RElations Observatory) will employ two nearly identical spacecraft in heliocentric orbits, one ahead of Earth, the other trailing behind, to provide the first-ever stereoscopic measurements to study the Sun and the nature of its coronal mass ejections. Scheduled for launch in early 2006, STEREO will provide a unique new viewpoint of the heliosphere. The STEREO Science Center at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center will be the "one-stop shopping" location for STEREO data, observation plans, analysis software, and links to other mission resources. Along with the other data products, a special "Space Weather Beacon" telemetry stream, relayed through an array of antenna partners coordinated by NOAA, will provide near-real-time images, radio, and in-situ data.

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