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STEREO/SECCHI/EUVI
STATUS
PI Instrument And Archive
AVAILABILITY
Launch 25 October 2006, First light on A in December 2006, on B in January 2007
REQUEST PROCEDURE
obtain data from http://virtualsolar.org/ or http;//secchi.nrl.navy.mil
Solar Instruments
CONTACT
Russ Howard
NRL
russ.howard@nrl.navy.mil
SECONDARY CONTACT
Angelos Vourlidas
NRL
code 7663, NRL 4555 Overlook Ave, SW Washington, DC 20375
202-767-2800
vourlidas@nrl.navy.mil
SPECIFICATIONS
Spectral Range171, 195, 284, 304 A
Spectral Resolution1.6" pixels
Spatial Coverage and Resolutionfull disk
Temporal Resolution75 sec - 20 min depending on wavelength
Data Accuracy
Data Precision
Physical Observablesbroadband EUV emission
Derived Outputsimages, emission measure & temperature maps
Concurrence OpportunitiesMulti-instrument and multi-platform studies along with real-time channel to NOAA
Expected Lifetimeindefinite
Location or OrbitHeliocentric Orbit, ~1 AU
Capability SummaryEUVI provides continuous real-time and science quality observations of the EUV corona for use in solar and heliospheric studies
Schedulingsynoptic program special observing programs require > 2 weeks' notice
Archival DataLevel 0.5 science data (FITS) available ~ 2 days after observation Level 0.5 low resolution 195A data (FITS) available real-time
Number of Usersopen to public
Planned Upgradesnot applicable
Sub-Instrumentsnot applicable
Data Productsimages, emission measure & temperature maps
University FacilityNo
National Ground BasedNo
SatelliteYes
Virtual ArchiveYes
UPDATED ON
4 Oct 2009 13:51