Sub-arcsecond observations of the solar X-ray corona

@article{Golub1990SubarcsecondOO,
  title={Sub-arcsecond observations of the solar X-ray corona},
  author={L. Golub and M. Herant and K. Kalata and I. Lovas and G. Nystrom and F. Pardo and E. Spiller and J. Wilczynski},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1990},
  volume={344},
  pages={842-844}
}
SOFT X-ray observations are recognized as the best way to study the solar corona, as they are largely free of contaminating emission from other temperature regimes. They provide the only available method for seeing the corona on the disk, thereby avoiding the line-of-sight integration effects which are troublesome in limb observations. Here we present results from a high-resolution multilayer-coated X-ray imaging telescope, part of the Normal Incidence X-ray Telescope sounding rocket payload… Expand

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