For support of the MMS mission, the SuperDARN radar network has been requested to run the high-time resolution camping beam mode that originated to support THEMIS operations. This mode is requested for each time the MMS satellites are crossing the magnetopause and generally lasting for 12 hours at a time. The plan is to continue requesting this mode through this first phase of magnetopause crossings into early February 2016.

For more information on the MMS mission, click here(external link).

For more on the happenings of the SuperDARN Spacecraft Working Group, click here.

For a link to the web site for the Spacecraft Working Group click here link)