New Solar Orbiter science nuggets

Annonce transmise par Daniel Mueller et Miho Janvier (ESA)


Dear colleagues,


It is our pleasure to introduce the Solar Orbiter science nuggets, showcasing research using Solar Orbiter data:

The first three nuggets are online now, and new ones will be added on a regular basis, based on input from the entire solar physics community. If you are working on Solar Orbiter data and would like your results to be featured as a future Solar Orbiter science nugget, please contact Yannis Zouganelis ( and Miho Janvier (

Read the first nuggets:

New insights about EUV brightenings in the quiet Sun corona from the Extreme Ultraviolet Imager (C. Nelson and the EUI team)

Radial dependence of the peak intensity of solar energetic electron events in the inner heliosphere (L. Rodriguez, A. Kollhoff and the EPD team)

Langmuir waves associated with magnetic holes in the solar wind (J.J. Boldú and the RPW team)

Best regards,

The ESA Solar Orbiter team