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Title: Remote Sensing Measurements of the Corona with the Solar Probe
Authors: Habbal, Shadia Rifai
Woo, Richard
Issue Date: 1996
Abstract: Remote sensing measurements of the solar corona are indespensible for the exploration of the source and acceleration regions of the solar wind which are inaccessible to in situ plasma, paritcles and field experiments.Furthermore, imaging the solar disk and coronal from the unique vantage point of the trajectory and the proximity of the Solar Probe spacecraft, will provide the first ever opportunity to explore the small scale structures within coronal holes and streamers from viewing angles and with spatial resolutions never attained before.
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