Splinter - Space debris, near-Earth objects, and heliophysics: Virtual Observatory hands-on session

B. Cecconi, J. Abourdarham, F. Deleflie
Thursday 20th, 16:30 - 18:00

The Solar System Virtual Observatory is in its growing phase. It is time to spread the tools to the community in order to collect user experience, as well as gain new users, especially in the domain of Space debris, Near-Earth objects, and Heliophysics. The ESWW conference is gathering a large fraction of the space weather community, and thus is a particularly well targeted opportunity for such an event. Various tools have been developed in the frame EU-FP7 projects (Europlanet, HELIO, IMPEx ...) We propose a hands-on workshop where the participants will select and work on one or two tutorial among a proposed list. The aim of this workshop is four-fold: showcase the available tools, train the community, attract new users, and collect user comments in order to enhance the user experience. This session is linked to the other splinter session called Space debris, near-Earth objects, and heliophysics: roads for better data sharing

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