Open Solar Physics Questions - What Can Orbiter Do That Could Not Be Addressed By Existing Missions?.
- Antiochos, S. K.
- May 23, 2009.
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- Solar Orbiter represents a revolutionary advance in observing the Sun. Orbiter will have optical and XUV telescopes that will deliver high-resolution images and spectra from vantages points that have never been possible before, dose to the Sun and at high latitudes. At the same time, Orbiter will measure in situ the properties of the solar wind that originate from the observed solar photosphere and corona. In this presentation, Ivvi
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- Document ID: 20110007020. and 3rd Solar Orbiter Workshop; 23-30 May 2009; Naples; Italy.
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