A Publicly Available Multiobservatory Data Set of an Enhanced Network Patch from the Photosphere to the Corona

@article{Kobelski2022APA,
  title={A Publicly Available Multiobservatory Data Set of an Enhanced Network Patch from the Photosphere to the Corona},
  author={Adam R. Kobelski and Lucas A. Tarr and Sarah A. Jaeggli and Nicholas Luber and Harry P. Warren and Sabrina L. Savage},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series},
  year={2022},
  volume={261}
}
New instruments sensitive to chromospheric radiation at X-ray, UV, visible, IR, and submillimeter wavelengths have become available that significantly enhance our ability to understand the bidirectional flow of energy through the chromosphere. We describe the calibration, coalignment, initial results, and public release of a new data set combining a large number of these instruments to obtain multiwavelength photospheric, chromospheric, and coronal observations capable of improving our… 

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