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Type: Taverna 2 Licence: by-sa Group: HELIO Wsdl: http://msslkz.mssl.ucl.ac.uk/helio_hec/HelioTavernaService?wsdl
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Workflow When do the Fastest type II CME should be ... (1)

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The fastest CME is found from an interval of time, and propagated to Earth, in two steps, first to obtain the Solar wind speed at Earth and then propagated again with a more reasonable CME speed. The output produces Min-Max ETAs for each object in the heliosphere and the plots of the final propagation model. This Workflow was produced as one of the challenges in the HELIO CDAW-IV hosted at TCD

Created: 2013-03-21

Credits: User Gab User Anja Le Blanc User David PS

Attributions: Workflow When did the fastest type II CME happened?

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Workflow Finding the origins of Solar Wind events a... (6)

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This gives a comprenhensive overview of high speed solar wind events (CME or CIR) seen at Eart, by obtaining the maximum in-situ measure velocity from the data evaluation service (DES), propagating the even backwards to Earth using the HELIO processing service (HPS) and SHEBA propagation model, and search whether halo CMEs or CHs were observed on that time, and retrieves, besides all the previous information, a context solar wind plot (+/- 1 day) and a URL linking to a context movie for CMEs...

Created: 2012-11-16 | Last updated: 2013-03-21

Credits: User David PS

Attributions: Workflow CME backwards propagation Workflow Co-rotating Interaction Regions backwards propagation Workflow HFC Synoptic map from date Workflow CDAW CME movie from date Workflow Solar Wind properties and plot Workflow Back CIR-CME propagation model Workflow LASCO_CME_QUERY

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Workflow When do the Fastest type II CME should be ... (2)

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The fastest CME is found from an interval of time, and propagated to Earth, in two steps, first to obtain the Solar wind speed at Earth and then propagated again with a more reasonable CME speed. The output produces Min-Max ETAs for each object in the heliosphere and the plots of the final propagation model. This Workflow was produced as one of the challenges in the HELIO CDAW-IV hosted at TCD

Created: 2012-10-21 | Last updated: 2013-03-20

Credits: User David PS User Eoincar User Gab User Baptiste Cecconi User Shanem User Jbyrne User Florian Mayer User Natasha User A lynnyk

Attributions: Workflow LASCO_CME_QUERY Workflow LASCO_CME_QUERY Workflow MDES simple execution Workflow timeToTimeRange Workflow Forward CME propagation model (SHEBA) - defined outputs Workflow When did the fastest type II CME happened? Workflow Goes Flare Check WF Workflow 100CME_task1 Workflow Extract average Solar wind speed from ACE data

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Workflow When did the fastest type II CME happened? (1)

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Simple query to the HELIO Event Catalogue to extract the start and end time of the fastest CME from the Wind Type II catalogue. Also it extracts the Xray Class from the flare associated to the CME

Created: 2012-10-21

Credits: User David PS User Eoincar

Attributions: Workflow Extract content of columns from VOTables

Workflow Matching flare events to active regions (1)

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Created: 2012-11-01

Credits: User Anja Le Blanc

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