Instruction for Hinode data users
Let us stress that the entire Hinode operation relies on public
funding, and it is extremely important for us to produce outputs
that are visible and accountable, in continuing the current stable
and fruitful operation which we hope the scientific community
enjoys. As an attempt to ensure this, we would like to present
two sets of rules/guidelines.
The first set concerns what you do when you write papers using
Hinode data. Please consider this set as rigid rules that you
are expected to follow, although there is no way of enforcing
them. They are:
When you write a paper, please inculde the standard acknowledgment
sentences to Hinode, which are found here.
- Instrumentation papers
Please also refer to the relevant instrumentation papers listed
- Entry to publication list
When your paper is accepted, or when you make a presentation at
a conference or hold a press conference on your result, please let
us know by sending email to publ_hinode (at) hinode.nao.ac.jp.
The second set concerns what we would very much like you to do when
you use Hinode data. They are:
This is partly to our benefit, particularly in protecting exsiting
and potential Ph.D. thesis projects. Also, if your project coincides
with one that core team members are working on, that can lead to
a fruitful collaboration. This will also work as a way for you to
gain better insights into Hinode data.
- Tell relevant instrument PI(s) what you are working on.
- We have set up a website so that
you can tell us about your project through the site rather than
contacting PI(s) directly.
- Acknowledgement to Hinode
When you publish your work on Hinode data, we would like to ask you to acknowledge the Hinode mission as follows.
Hinode is a Japanese mission developed and launched by ISAS/JAXA,
with NAOJ as domestic partner and NASA and STFC (UK) as international partners.
It is operated by these agencies in co-operation with ESA and NSC (Norway).
We would be grateful if you could place more detailed acknowledgement.
Hinode is a Japanese mission developed and launched by ISAS/JAXA,
collaborating with NAOJ as a domestic partner, NASA and STFC (UK) as
Scientific operation of the Hinode mission is conducted by the Hinode
science team organized at ISAS/JAXA.
This team mainly consists of scientists from institutes in the partner
Support for the post-launch operation is provided by JAXA and NAOJ
(Japan), STFC (U.K.), NASA, ESA, and NSC (Norway).
- Acknowledgement to Solar Data Analysis System (SDAS)
If your work is carried out by using the resourses of SDAS/ADC at NAOJ, please acknowledge SDAS.
This work was (partly) carried out on the Solar Data Analysis System operated by
the Astronomy Data Center in cooperation with the Hinode Science Center
of the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan.
- Hinode instrument papers (Updated on 25 June 2013)
- Mission overview
THE HINODE (SOLAR-B) MISSION: AN OVERVIEW
Kosugi, T., Matsuzaki, K., Sakao, T., Shimizu, T., Sone, Y., Tachikawa, S.,
Hashimoto, T., Minesugi, K., Ohnishi, A., Yamada, T.,
Tsuneta, S., Hara, H., Ichimoto, K., Suematsu, Y., Shimojo, M., Watanabe, T.,
Davis, J.M., Hill, L.D., Owens, J.K.,
Title, A.M., Culhane, J.L., Harra, L., Doschek, G.A., and Golub, L.
2007, Solar Physics, 243, pp. 3-17
The Solar Optical Telescope (SOT) for the Solar-B Mission
Tsuneta, S., Suematsu, Y., Ichimoto, K., Shimizu, T., Otsubo, M., Nagata, S.,
Katsukawa, Y., Title, A., Tarbell, T., Shine, R., Rosenberg, B., Hoffmann, C.,
Jurcevich, B., Levay, M., Lites, B., Elmore, D., Matsushita, T.,
Kawaguchi, N., Mikami, I., Shimada, S., Hill, L., and Owens, J.
2008, Solar Physics, 249, pp.167-196
The Solar Optical Telescope of Solar-B: the Optical Telescope Assembly
Suematsu, Y., Tsuneta, S., Ichimoto, K., Shimizu, T., Otsubo, M.,
Katsukawa, Y., Nakagiri, M., Noguchi, M., Tamura, T., Kato, Y.,
Hara, H., Mikami, I., Saito, H., Matsushita, T., Kawaguchi, N.,
Nakaoji, T., Nagae, K., Shimada, S., Takeyama, N., and Yamamuro, T.
2008, Solar Physics, 249, pp.197-220.
Polarization Calibration of the Solar Optical Telescope onboard Hinode
Ichimoto, K., Lites, B., Elmore, D., Suematsu, Y., Tsuneta, S.,
Katsukawa, Y., Shimizu, T., Shine, R., Tarbell, T., Title, A.,
Kiyohara, J., Shinoda, K., Card, G., Lecinski, A.,
Streander, K., Nakagiri, M., Miyashita, M.,
Noguchi, M., Hoffmann, C., and Cruz, T.
2008, Solar Physics, 249, pp.233-261
IMAGE STABILIZATION SYSTEM FOR HINODE (SOLAR-B) SOLAR OPTICAL TELESCOPE
Shimizu, T., Nagata, S., Tsuneta, S., Tarbell, T., Edwards, C.,
Shine, R., Hoffmann, C., Thomas, E., Sour, S., Rehse, R.,
Ito, O., Kashiwagi, Y., Tabata, M., Kodeki, K., Nagase, M.,
Matsuzaki, K., Kobayashi, K., Ichimoto, K., and Suematsu, Y.
2008, Solar Physics, 249, pp.221-232.
The Hinode Spectro-Polarimeter
Lites, B. W., Akin, D. L., Card, G., Cruz, T., Duncan, D. W., Edwards, C. G., Elmore, D. F.,
Hoffmann, C., Katsukawa, Y., Katz, N., Kubo, M., Ichimoto, K., Shimizu, T., Shine, R. A.,
Streander, K. V., Suematsu, Y., Tarbell, T. D., Title, A. M., and Tsuneta, S.
2013, Solar Physics, 283, pp.579-599.
The SP_PREP Data Preparation Package for the Hinode Spectro-Polarimeter
Lites, B. W., and Ichimoto, K.
2013, Solar Physics, 283, pp.601-629.
The X-ray Telescope (XRT) for the Hinode Mission
Golub, L., DeLuca, E., Austin, G., Bookbinder, J., Caldwell, D., Cheimets,
P., Cirtain,J., Cosmo, M., Reid, P., Sette, A., Weber, M., Sakao, T., Kano,
R., Shibasaki, K., Hara, H., Tsuneta, S., Kumagai, K., Tamura, T., Shimojo,
M., McCracken, J., Carpenter, J., Haight, H., Siler, R., Wright, E., Tucker,
J., Rutledge, H., Barbera, M., Peres, G., and Varisco,S.
2007, Solar Physics, 243 pp. 63-86
The Hinode X-Ray Telescope (XRT): Camera Design, Perforance and Operations
Kano, R., Sakao, T., Hara, H., Tsuneta, S., Matsuzaki, K., Kumagai, K.,
Shimojo, M., Minesugi, K., Shibasaki, K., DeLuca, E. E.,
Golub, L., Bookbinder,J.,
Caldwell, D., Cheimets, P., Cirtain, J., Dennis, E., Kent, T.,
2008, Solar Physics, 249 pp.263-279.
Coronal-Temperature-Diagnostic Capability of the Hinode/ X-Ray Telescope Based on Self-Consistent Calibration
Narukage, N., Sakao, T., Kano, R., Hara, H., Shimojo, M., Bando, T., Urayama, F.,
Deluca, E. E., Golub, L., Weber, M., Grigis, P., Cirtain, J., and Tsuneta, S.
2011, Solar Physics, 269 pp.169-236.
The EUV Imaging Spectrometer for Solar-B
Culhane, J.L., Harra, L.K, James, A.M., Al-Janabi, K., Bradley, L.J., Chaudry, R.A., Rees, K., Tandy, J.A., Thomas, P., Whillock, M.C.R., Doschek, G.A., Korendyke, C.M., Brown, C.M., Myers, S., Mariska, J., Seely, J., Lang, J., Kent, B.J., Shaughnessy, B.M., Young, P.R., Simnett, G.M., Castelli, S., Mahmoud, S., Mapson-Menard, H., Probyn, B.J., Thomas, R.J., Davila, J., Dere, K., Windt, D., Shea, J., Hagood, R., Moye, R., Hara, H., Watanabe, T., Matsuzaki, K., Kosugi, T., Hansteen, V., and Wikstol, Ø.
2007, Solar Physics, 243, pp. 19-61
- Data archive
Data Archive of the Hinode Mission
Matsuzaki, K., Shimojo, M., Tarbell, T. D., Harra, L. K., and Deluca, E. E.
2007, Solar Physics, 243, pp.87-92
- Entry to Hinode publication list
On publication of your papers using Hinode data, it would be particularly
helpful if you could inform us the reference so that we can keep the
record of brilliant works on Hinode.
Please send the reference to:
publ_hinode (at) hinode.nao.ac.jp.
Title of the paper:
Volume and pages (if available):
- List of ongoing study on the web
It might be a good idea to post a brief description of
your current study on the web so that you can
communicate with people of common interest.
You can browse a list of ongoing study and
submit your own study on the web.
The List of On-Going Studies using Hinode data