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000004952 0247_ $$2DOI$$ahttps://doi.org/10.1051/swsc/2020052
000004952 037__ $$aSCART-2020-0144
000004952 100__ $$aWest, M. J.
000004952 245__ $$aLUCI onboard Lagrange, the Next Generation of EUV Space Weather Monitoring
000004952 260__ $$c2020
000004952 520__ $$a Lagrange eUv Coronal Imager (LUCI) is a solar imager in the Extreme UltraViolet (EUV) that is being developed as part of the Lagrange mission, a mission designed to be positioned at the L5 Lagrangian point to monitor space weather from its source on the Sun, through the heliosphere, to the Earth. LUCI will use an off-axis two mirror design equipped with an EUV enhanced active pixel sensor. This type of detector has advantages that promise to be very beneficial for monitoring the source of space weather in the EUV. LUCI will also have a novel off-axis wide field-of-view, designed to observe the solar disk, the lower corona, and the extended solar atmosphere close to the Sun–Earth line. LUCI will provide solar coronal images at a 2–3 min cadence in a pass-band centred on 19.5. Observations made through this pass-band allow for the detection and monitoring of semi-static coronal structures such as coronal holes, prominences, and active regions; as well as transient phenomena such as solar flares, limb coronal mass ejections (CMEs), EUV waves, and coronal dimmings. The LUCI data will complement EUV solar obser- vations provided by instruments located along the Sun–Earth line such as PROBA2-SWAP, SUVI-GOES and SDO-AIA, as well as provide unique observations to improve space weather forecasts. Together with a suite of other remote-sensing and in-situ instruments onboard Lagrange, LUCI will provide science quality operational observations for space weather monitoring.
000004952 594__ $$aSTCE
000004952 6531_ $$aInstrumentation: detectors 
000004952 6531_ $$aspace vehicles: instruments 
000004952 6531_ $$atelescopes
000004952 6531_ $$aSun: corona
000004952 6531_ $$aSun: UV radiation
000004952 700__ $$aKintziger, C.
000004952 700__ $$aHaberreiter, M.
000004952 700__ $$aGyo, M.
000004952 700__ $$aBerghmans, D.
000004952 700__ $$aGissot, S.
000004952 700__ $$aBüschel, V
000004952 700__ $$aGolub, L.
000004952 700__ $$aShestov, S.
000004952 700__ $$aDavies, J.
000004952 773__ $$n49$$pJournal of Space Weather and Space Climate$$v10
000004952 85642 $$ahttps://www.swsc-journal.org/articles/swsc/pdf/2020/01/swsc200056.pdf
000004952 8560_ $$fdavid.berghmans@observatoire.be
000004952 905__ $$apublished in
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