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Title: Extension of the Polar Coronal Hole Boundary into Interplanetary Space
Authors: Woo, R.
Habbal, S. R.
Howard, R. A.
Korendyke, C. M.
Issue Date: Apr-1998
Citation: Astrophysical Journal
USA
Abstract: White-light measurements made by the Mk III Mauna Loa K-coronameter and the SOHO LASCO C2 and C3 coronagraphs, extending from 1.15 to 30 Ro, have been combined to show that the boundaries of polar coronal holes, as determined by measurements of path-integrated density, extend approximately radially into interplanetery space.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/19466
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