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Solar System Virtual Observatory Hands-on Sessions


European Geoscience Union General Assembly 2014, in Vienna (Austria), on Wednesday 30th April 2014.

The European Geoscience Union General Assembly 2014 was gathering a large fraction of the solar and planetary science community, and thus is a particularly well targeted opportunity for such an event.

The session was planned on Wednesday 30th April 2014 and last for 3h30.

The participants (11 attendees) worked on the following tutorials:

- Tracking asteroids [details]
- Auroral processes on Saturn [details]
- Exploring exoplanets [details]
- Analyzing Pluto's surface [details]
- Mars, evidence of an oxygen ions "plume" [details]
- Mars, a use case of interoperability [details]
- Predicting Solar Wind Disturbances arrival times at planets [details]
- Connection between HELIO and IMPEx tools [details]
- TOPCAT Tutorial [details]
- Mars Global Surveyor plasma data compared with models [details]

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