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We announce the "Second Remote Sensing of the Inner Heliosphere Workshop" to be hosted by Aberystwyth University and held in Aberystwyth, Wales, UK, 06-10 June 2011. The workshop aims to gather experts from the various fields of remote-sensing observations of the inner heliosphere, including white-light, EUV, and radio observation, together with modellers in order to tackle key outstanding science issues, establish closer working relations, and devise the best ways to move the field forward. In addition, the science learned from remote-sensing observations is key to improving our capabilities of space weather forecasting. The workshop also aims to look at ways in which we can more easily and efficiently share and access the various types of data between individual groups and sub-communities, ways in which we model the inner heliosphere looking at the advantages and disadvantages of the available modelling, updates on present and future remote-sensing capabilities - including those on the STEREO/SDO/Solar Orbiter/Solar Probe+ Missions, and progress on use of the LOw Frequency ARray (LOFAR) and Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio arrays - pathfinders for the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) - linking remote-sensing observations of the inner heliosphere with those closer-in to the Sun as well as with in-situ measurements, and investigating further the ways in which these data sets all complement each other and are necessary to gain knowledge and understanding of the fundamental physical processes that occur within the inner heliosphere.

Web pages for the previous "Remote Sensing of the Inner Heliosphere 2009" Workshop can be found here.

Workshop organisers: Dr. Mario M. Bisi, Dr. Andrew R. Breen, and Dr. Richard A. Fallows (Aberystwyth University)