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The spatial Golf project

  • S. Turck-Chieze (a1), the GOLF scientific and technical team, R. Bocchia (a2), P. Boumier (a3), M. Cantin (a4), J. Charra (a3), B. Cougrand (a3), J. Cretolle (a4), N. Denis (a4), R. Duc (a4), H. Dzitko (a4), M. Decaudin (a3), A. Gabriel (a3), J. Herreros (a5), G. Grec (a6), N. Petrou (a4), T. Roca Cortes (a5) and J.M. Robillot (a2)...

Abstract

This spatial experiment is under construction and has been defined as a 2 years mission on board SOHO, a satellite dedicated to the Sun which will be launched in mid 95. The main objectives are the detection of solar low degree acoustic modes and solar gravity modes for improving our knowledge of the solar nuclear region.

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