Whole Heliosphere Interval
Originating from Carrington Rotation 2068: March 20 - April 16, 2008
The Whole Heliosphere Interval is an international coordinated observing and modeling effort to characterize the 3-dimensional interconnected solar-heliospheric-planetary system.
Overview: Learn about WHI, its basic campaign logistics, and its scientific motivation and heritage.
Science Goals: WHI's science begins with the solar interior and extends through the heliosphere and interplanetary space out to the heliopause.
WHI Observations and Models: A list of the observatories, spacecraft, instrument networks that will be performing scientific measurements during WHI, as well as planned modeling efforts.
WHI: The People: A comprehensive list of the scientists participating in WHI.
Synoptic Observing Plans: Many participating observatories will be running a continuous "synoptic" set of observations, to provide baseline measurements of the heliophysical system.
Targeted Observing Plans: Many "targeted" observing campaigns will run within the WHI timeframe. These campaigns involve day-to-day coordinated observations of heliospheric subregions in order to address specific scientific questions.
WHI News and Updates: Look here for a brief review of what has changed, and what is new with WHI.
WHI Master Calendar: A comprehensive schedule of WHI campaigns, planning activities, and science activities.