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Title: Here Comes Solar Prove!
Authors: Mobius, E.
Gloeckler, G.
Goldstein, B.
Habbal, S.
McNutt, R.
Randolph, J.
Title, A.
Tsurutani, B.
Issue Date: Nov-1998
Citation: COSPAR Proceedings
USA
Abstract: Flying a trajectory perpendicular to the Earth-Sun line during its perihelion passage, Solar Probe will use in-situ and imaging instruments to provide the first three dimentional viewing of the corona, direct observations of solar polar regions, and local sampling of the solar environment. These primary observations are complemented by context-setting cruise measurements and Earth-based observations.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/20683
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