The Solar Orbiter Solar Wind Analyser (SWA) suite

@article{Owen2020TheSO,
  title={The Solar Orbiter Solar Wind Analyser (SWA) suite},
  author={Christopher J. Owen and Renou Bruno and Stefano Livi and Philippe Louarn and K. al Janabi and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Allegrini and Carine Amoros and Rituparna Baruah and Alain Barthe and Matthieu Berthomier and S. Bordon and C. Brockley-Blatt and Clement Brysbaert and Giuseppe E. Capuano and M. Collier and Rossana DeMarco and Andr{\'e}i Fedorov and John Ford and Vito Fortunato and Isabelle Fratter and A. B. Galvin and Barry Hancock and David Heirtzler and D. O. Kataria and Lynn M. Kistler and Susan T. Lepri and Gene Lewis and C. E. Loeffler and W. Marty and Romain Mathon and Alice Mayall and Giacomo Mele and Keiichi Ogasawara and Marco Orlandi and Anne Pacros and Emmanuel Penou and Steve Persyn and Marie Petiot and Mark L.F. Phillips and L. Přech and Jim M. Raines and M von Reden and Alexis P. Rouillard and A. Rousseau and J. Rubiella and H. C. S{\'e}ran and Alton Spencer and Jason Thomas and J. Trevino and Daniel Verscharen and Peter Wurz and A. Alapide and Leonardo Amoruso and Nicolas Andr{\'e} and Chandrasekhar Reddy Anekallu and Vito Arciuli and Kelly L Arnett and Raffaele Ascolese and C. Bancroft and Phil A. Bland and Michael Brysch and Raimondo Calvanese and Marco Maria Castronuovo and I Cermak and D. Chornay and Scott Clemens and John Coker and Glyn A. Collinson and Raffaella D’Amicis and Iannis Dandouras and Richard Gillham Darnley and Douglas Davies and G. Davison and Ada Nelly De los Santos and Pierre Devoto and Greg Dirks and Eric Matthias Edlund and Andrew N. Fazakerley and Mark Ferris and Colin Frost and G. Fruit and Christian Garat and Vincent G{\'e}not and W. F. Gibson and Jason A. Gilbert and V. de Giosa and S. Gradone and M. R. Hailey and Timothy S. Horbury and Tom Hunt and Christian Jacquey and M. Johnson and Beno{\^i}t Lavraud and A. Lawrenson and F. Leblanc and Walter L. Lockhart and Milan Maksimovi{\'c} and A. Malpus and Federica Marcucci and Christian Xavier Mazelle and F. Monti and S. Myers and T. Nguyen and Javier Rodr{\'i}guez-Pacheco and I. Phillips and M. A. Popecki and K. Rees and Steven A. Rogacki and K. Ruane and Duncan Rust and Mario Salatti and J. A. Sauvaud and Mark Stakhiv and Jason L. Stange and Timothy. J. Stubbs and T. Taylor and Jean-Denis Techer and G{\'e}rard Terrier and R. Thibodeaux and Carlos Fajardo Urdiales and Ali Varsani and Andrew P. Walsh and G. Watson and P. Wheeler and Graham Willis and Robert F. Wimmer–Schweingruber and Berend Winter and Joyce Yardley and Ioannis Zouganelis},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2020},
  volume={642}
}
The Solar Orbiter mission seeks to make connections between the physical processes occurring at the Sun or in the solar corona and the nature of the solar wind created by those processes which is subsequently observed at the spacecraft. The mission also targets physical processes occurring in the solar wind itself during its journey from its source to the spacecraft. To meet the specific mission science goals, Solar Orbiter will be equipped with both remote-sensing (RS) and in-situ (IS… 
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Models and data analysis tools for the Solar Orbiter mission
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