Convenor: Mari Paz Miralles (USA)
Co-Convenors : Ada Ortiz Carbonell (Spain), Xóchitl Blanco Cano (Mexico), Jin-Yi Lee (South Korea), Merav Opher (USA)
Continuous observations from solar and heliospheric instrumentation have been advancing our knowledge of the physical and dynamical properties of the Sun and the solar wind. These observations, along with theory and models, continue to pose challenges to our understanding of the dominant physical processes.
This session invites contributions covering new results from observations, from space- and ground-based observatories, and theory and modeling of different aspects of the Sun and the heliosphere, including its interior, magnetic field, atmosphere, and the solar wind. This session is aimed at stimulating exchange and promoting discussion on the recent developments derived from observations and latest research in the field.