ENLIL Solar Wind Prediction - Parker Solar Probe - Perihelion 01
This site presents results from a research version of the WSA-ENLIL-Cone modeling system
relevant to the Parker Solar Probe (PSP) Perihelion 01 on November 6, 2018.
Prediction of the background solar wind and CME-like transient disturbances is from 2018-10-01 to 2018-11-30.
Selected animations providing the global context (click on an image to launch the animation).
Normalized solar wind density at the ecliptic and the IMF lines:
Radial solar wind velocity at the ecliptic on the global and detail regions together
with the temporal profile at spacecraft:
Radial solar wind velocity on three slices passing through spacecraft:
Synthetic white-light images at PSP together with normalized
solar wind density at ecliptic:
- Acronyms for the displayed spacecraft positions:
BEP=BepiColombo, KEP=Kepler, INS=InSight, HAY=Hayabusha-2,
PSP=Parker Solar Probe, SPI=Spitzer, STA=STEREO-A, STB=STEREO-B
Please send questions and comments to
at George Mason University (Department of Physics and Astronomy)
and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Code 674 Space Weather Laboratory).
Acknowledgments: This work has been supported by NASA/LWS Program