James Marcus Hughes

James Marcus Hughes
Southwest Research Institute · Planetary Science Directorate

BA in Computer Science/Astronomy
Developing PUNCH SOC

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The four Solar Ultraviolet Imagers (SUVI) on board the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES)‐16 and GOES‐17 and the upcoming GOES‐T and GOES‐U weather satellites serve as National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's operational solar coronal imagers. These four identically designed solar Extreme UltraViolet instruments are s...
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The ‘middle corona’ is a critical transition between the highly disparate physical regimes of the lower and outer solar coronae. Nonetheless, it remains poorly understood due to the difficulty of observing this faint region (1.5–3 R☉). New observations from the Solar Ultraviolet Imager of a Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite in Augus...
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The "middle corona" is a critical transition between the highly disparate physical regimes of the lower and outer solar corona. Nonetheless, it remains poorly understood due to the difficulty of observing this faint region (1.5-3 solar radii). New observations from the GOES Solar Ultraviolet Imager in August and September 2018 provide the first com...
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In order to utilize solar imagery for real-time feature identification and large-scale data science investigations of solar structures, we need maps of the Sun where phenomena, or themes, are labeled. Since solar imagers produce observations every few minutes, it is not feasible to label all images by hand. Here, we compare three machine learning a...
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In order to utilize solar imagery for real-time feature identification and large-scale data science investigations of solar structures, we need maps of the Sun where phenomena, or themes, are labeled. Since solar imagers produce observations every few minutes, it is not feasible to label all images by hand. Here, we compare three machine learning a...

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