First PUNCH Public Science Meeting was on December 3, 2020 - recorded talks available

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PUNCH, the Polarimeter to UNify the Corona and Heliosphere, is an in-development NASA mission that will image the outer corona and solar wind throughout the inner heliosphere. Major science topics include origin and evolution of the ambient solar wind and turbulence within it, and the physics and predictability of transient events including CMEs, CIRs, and shocks.

Meeting recordings:

MORNING session, 90 minutes (m4V video) (begin time stamp shown):
02:52 Craig Deforest -- Mission/project overview
35:25 Sarah Gibson -- Science overview
50:45 Barbara Thompson - WG1A
1:09:53 Nicki Viall -- WG1B
1:21:05 Steve Cranmer -- WG1C

AFTERNOON session, 90 minutes (m4V video) (begin time stamp shown):
0:38/19:05 David Webb/Anna Malanushenko/(Curt de Koning) - WG2A/WG2B
32:26 Mihir Desai - WG2C
49:49/57:26 Dan Seaton/Matthew West - PUNCH SOC
1:02:24 Students (Annie O’Connor/Alvin Angeles/Owen Ahlers/Cassidy Bliss)- STEAM
1:18:36 Cherilynn Morrow - Outreach