Quantifying and containing the curse of high resolution coronal imaging

  title={Quantifying and containing the curse of high resolution coronal imaging},
  author={V{\'e}ronique Delouille and Pierre Chainais and J. F.. Hochedez},
Future missions such as Solar Orbiter (SO), InterHelioprob e, r Solar Probe aim at approaching the Sun closer than ever before, with on board some high re solution imagers (HRI) having a subsecond cadence and a pixel area of about (80 km)2 at the Sun during perihelion. In order to guarantee their scientific success, it is necessary to evalu ate if the photon counts available at these resolution and cadence will provide a su fficient signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). For example, if the… CONTINUE READING
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