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Cosmic-ray flux predictions and observations for and with Metis on board Solar Orbiter

@inproceedings{Grimani2021CosmicrayFP,
  title={Cosmic-ray flux predictions and observations for and with Metis on board Solar Orbiter},
  author={C. Grimani and V. Andretta and P. Chioetto and V. Deppo and M. Fabi and S. Gissot and G. Naletto and A. Persici and C. Plainaki and M. Romoli and F. Sabbatini and D. Spadaro and M. Stangalini and D. Telloni and M. Uslenghi and E. Antonucci and A. Bemporad and G. Capobianco and G. Capuano and M. Casti and Y. D. Leo and S. Fineschi and F. Frassati and F. Frassetto and P. Heinzel and G. Jerse and F. Landini and A. Liberatore and E. Magli and M. Messerotti and D. Moses and G. Nicolini and M. Pancrazzi and M. Pelizzo and P. Romano and C. Sasso and U. Schuhle and A. Slemer and T. Straus and R. Susino and L. Teriaca and C. Volpicelli and J. V. Forstner and P. Zuppella},
  year={2021}
}
Context. The Metis coronagraph is one of the remote sensing instruments hosted on board the ESA/NASA Solar Orbiter mission. Metis is devoted to carry out the first simultaneous imaging of the solar corona in both visible light (VL) and ultraviolet (UV). Highenergy particles can penetrate spacecraft materials and may limit the performance of the on-board instruments. A study of the galactic cosmic-ray (GCR) tracks observed in the first VL images gathered by Metis during the commissioning phase… Expand

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