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000004590 0247_ $$2DOI$$ahttps://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201937032
000004590 037__ $$aSCART-2020-0030
000004590 100__ $$aAuchere, F.
000004590 245__ $$aCoordination Within the Remote Sensing Payload on the Solar Orbiter Mission
000004590 260__ $$c2020
000004590 500__ $$aSpecial Issue Solar Orbiter
000004590 520__ $$aTo meet the scientific objectives of the mission, the Solar Orbiter spacecraft carries a suite of  in-situ (IS) and remote sensing (RS) instruments designed for joint operations with inter-instrument communication capabilities. Indeed, previous missions have shown that the Sun (imaged by the RS instruments) and the heliosphere (mainly sampled by the IS instruments) should be considered as an integrated system rather than separate entities. Many of the advances expected from Solar Orbiter rely on this synergistic approach between IS and RS measurements.    Many aspects of hardware development, integration, testing and operations are common to two or more RS instruments. In this paper, we describe the coordination effort initiated from the early mission phases by the Remote Sensing Working Group (RSWG). We review the scientific goals and challenges, and give an overview of the technical solutions devised to successfully operate these instruments together.   A major constraint for the RS instruments is the limited telemetry (TM) bandwidth of the Solar Orbiter deep-space mission compared to missions in Earth orbit. Hence, many of the strategies developed to maximize the scientific return from these instruments revolve around the optimization of TM usage, relying, for example, on on-board autonomy for data processing, compression and selection for downlink.  The RS instrument package on Solar Orbiter will carry out comprehensive measurements from the solar interior to the inner heliosphere. Thanks to the close coordination between the instrument teams and ESA, several challenges specific to the RS suite were identified and addressed in a timely manner.
000004590 594__ $$aSTCE
000004590 700__ $$aAndretta, V.
000004590 700__ $$aAntonucci, E.
000004590 700__ $$aManyOtherAuthors, X.
000004590 700__ $$aBerghmans, D.
000004590 700__ $$aMampaey, B.
000004590 700__ $$aParenti, S.
000004590 700__ $$aVerbeeck, C.
000004590 700__ $$aZhukov, A.N.
000004590 773__ $$pAstronomy and Astrophysics$$y2020
000004590 8560_ $$fdavid.berghmans@observatoire.be
000004590 85642 $$ahttps://www.aanda.org/component/article?access=doi&doi=10.1051/0004-6361/201937032
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