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Title: Multiscale Filamentary Structures in the Solar Corona and their Implications for the Origin and Evolutions of the Solar Wind
Authors: Woo, R.
Habbal, S. R.
Issue Date: 22-Jun-1998
Citation: MTG: AIP Conference Proceedings
Lisbou, Portugal
Abstract: A change in the paradigm of coronal structure has emerged as a result of definitive measurements made with radio occultation, white-light (SOHO/LASCO), ultraviolet (SOHO/UVCS), and soft X-ray (Yohkoh) measurements.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/20492
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