Joint Organization for Solar Observations (JOSO)
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1968, through 1969, by solar physicists from Germany FR, France, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland. 'Statement of Intentions' adopted 1970. Current aims and intentions adopted 9 Oct 1993, Graz (Austria).
Facilitate collaboration in solar physics, with special regard to integration of East European observatories; promote cooperation between different branches of observational solar physics - optical, radio and space research; assess existing instrumentation and observing and evaluation techniques and initiate new ones, especially as regards LEST.
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No legal status and minimum of rules. Board, including President, 2 Vice-Presidents and Secretary. Working groups (3): Solar observing techniques; Coordination of software development and data handling; Coordination of SOHO and ground-based observations.
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