Solar physics in the 2020s: DKIST, parker solar probe, and solar orbiter as a multi-messenger constellation [article]

V. Martinez Pillet, A. Tritschler, L. Harra, V. Andretta, A. Vourlidas, N. Raouafi, B.L. Alterman, L. Bellot Rubio, G. Cauzzi, S.R. Cranmer, S. Gibson, S. Habbal (+11 others)
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The National Science Foundation (NSF) Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST) is about to start operations at the summit of Haleakala (Hawaii). DKIST will join the early science phases of the NASA and ESA Parker Solar Probe and Solar Orbiter encounter missions. By combining in-situ measurements of the near-sun plasma environment and detail remote observations of multiple layers of the Sun, the three observatories form an unprecedented multi-messenger constellation to study the magnetic
more » ... vity inside the solar system. This white paper outlines the synergistic science that this multi-messenger suite enables.
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