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S. Hudson, K L. Kluge, D. G. Sime, K. T. Strong, and Ta. Wata nabe, Coronal eruptions observed by Yohkoh, in Y. Uchida et al. ), X-ray Solar Physics from Yohkoh, Tokyo, Universal Academy Press, 181-186, 1994. K u n d u , M. , Solar Radio Astronomy, New York, Aca demic, 1964. K u n d u , M. , J. P. Raulin, N. Nitta, H. S. Hudson, M. Shimojo, K. Shibata, and A. Raoult, Detection of non thermal radio emission from coronal X-ray jets, Ap. , 4 4 7 , L135-L139, 1995. Lemen, J. , L. W . Acton, D. Alexander, A.
The telemetry capacity of Yohkoh al lows the transmission of about 21 whole-Sun images, with 2 x2-pixel summations (~5") per 97-minute or bital period of the spacecraft. 70° across. 5-4 keV) band. This results in the loss of full-Sun imaging for an ex tended interval, in exchange for more telemetry devoted to high-resolution observations of the flare itself, with a maximum field of view 10' square. The optical axis of the telescope is almost always pointed so that the entire disk is visible, except during special operations.
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