The annual Hinode-14 science workshop was successfully held in conjunction with the IRIS-11 meeting on 10/25-29/21. The event was sponsored by the Naval Research Laboratory and held entirely virtual (managed by George Mason University). There were 344 registrants for the meeting from 26 countries with at least 100 participants in each session. Seven members from Heliophysics and Planetary Science Branch participated and presented in the meeting, including an invited talk by Amy Winebarger to discuss active region heating.
The international Hinode Science Working Group met on 10/25/21 to review the Hinode mission technical and programmatic status. Sabrina Savage (ST13) participated as the NASA U.S. Project Scientist, and David McKenzie (ST13) provided additional NASA representation.
The Hinode spacecraft and instrument suite are operating nominally and the program remains healthy. Discussions are underway to prepare for international agency reviews and funding extensions in conjunction with the upcoming launch of the Solar-C mission in 2027.