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The Coronal Solar Magnetism Observatory

  • Michael J. Thompson (a1), Steven Tomczyk (a1), Sarah E. Gibson (a1), Scott W. McIntosh (a1) and Enrico Landi (a2)...

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The Coronal Solar Magnetism Observatory (CoSMO) is a proposed new facility led by the High Altitude Observatory and a consortium of partners to measure magnetic field and plasma properties in a large (one degree) field of view extending down to the inner parts of the solar corona. CoSMO is intended as a research facility that will advance the understanding and prediction of space weather. The instrumentation elements of CoSMO are: a white-light coronagraph (KCor), already operational at the Mauna Loa Solar Observatory (MLSO); the Chromosphere and Prominence Magnetometer (ChroMag), due for deployment to MLSO next year; and the CoSMO Large Coronagraph (LC) which has completed Preliminary Design Review.

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de Wijn, A. G., Burkepile, J. T., Tomczyk, S., Nelson, P., Huang, P. & Gallagher, D. 2012, Proc. SPIE, 8444, doi:10.1117/12.926511
de Wijn, A. G., Bethge, C., Tomczyk, S. & McIntosh, S. W. 2014, Proc. SPIE, 8446, doi:10.1117/12.926395
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Tomczyk, S., Card, G. L., Darnell, T., Elmore, D. F., Lull, R., Nelson, P. G., Streander, K. V., Burkepile, J., Casini, R. & Judge, P. G. 2008, Solar Phys., 247, 411
Tomczyk, S., Landi, E., Burkepile, J. T., Casini, R., DeLuca, E. E., Fan, Y., Gibson, S. E., Lin, H., McIntosh, S. W., Solomon, S. C., de Toma, G., de Wijn, A. G. & Zhang, J. 2016, J. Geoph. Res. Space Phys., 121, 7470
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The Coronal Solar Magnetism Observatory

  • Michael J. Thompson (a1), Steven Tomczyk (a1), Sarah E. Gibson (a1), Scott W. McIntosh (a1) and Enrico Landi (a2)...

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