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Browsing by Author "Habbal, S."

Browsing by Author "Habbal, S."

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  • Woo, R.; Habbal, S. (1999-07)
    Radio occultation and white-light measurements have shown that the solar corona comprises three distinction morphological regions in path-integrated density: streamer, quiet Sun, and polar coronal hole.
  • Woo, R.; Habbal, S. (1999-05-30)
  • Mobius, E.; Gloeckler, G.; Goldstein, B.; Habbal, S.; McNutt, R.; Randolph, J.; Title, A.; Tsurutani, B. (1998-11)
    Flying a trajectory perpendicular to the Earth-Sun line during its perihelion passage, Solar Probe will use in-situ and imaging instruments to provide the first three dimentional viewing of the corona, direct observations ...
  • McNutt, R. L. Jr.; Bokulic, R. S.; Dickey, R. B. Jr.; Woo, R.; Miller, J. K.; Randolph, J. E.; Hellings, R.; Moore, W. V.; Habbal, S.; Fineschi, S.; Howard, R. (1997-05-27)
  • Woo, R.; Habbal, S. (1999-02)
    This paper uses white-light measurements made by the SOHO LASCO coronagraph and HAO Mauna Loa Mk III K-coronameter to illustrate the new view of solar wind structure deduced originally from radio occultation measurements.
  • Woo, R.; Habbal, S. (1998)
    White-light measurements by the SOHO LASCO coronagraph and HAO Mauna Loa Mk III K-coronameter are used to follow density structure in the solar corona as it evolves from 1.15 to 5.5 Ro.
  • Habbal, S.; Woo, R.; Wood, K. (1998-06)
    Recent white light images from the large-angle spectroscopic coronagraph (LASCO) on the Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SoHO) have revealed almost radially extending coronal structures out to serveral solar raddi which ...
  • Tsurutani, B.; Gloeckler, G.; Feldman, W.; Habbal, S.; McNutt, R.; Randolph, J.; Title, A. (1998-09)
    Following a brief review of out current knowledge of the solar wind and processes on the solar surface, we describe the baseline Solar Probe mission, its prime scientific objectives and its strawman instrument payload.