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1. X-ray Images of Solar Flares from the Solar Maximum Mission/Hard X-ray Burst Spectrometer (SMM/HXRBS) [SMM-05]
The HXRBS operated aboard the SMM spacecraft which was launched on February 14, 1980 and re-entered the Earth's atmosphere December 12, 1989. The duty cycle for the HXRBS was about 50% as a result ...


2. Solar Ultraviolet Observations from the Solar Maximum Mission/ Ultraviolet Spectrometer and Polarimeter (SMM/UVSP) [SMM-06]
Data from the Ultraviolet Spectrometer and Polarimeter (UVSP) consist of photon counts at selected UV wavelengths in the 1170 - 3500 A band from detectors which are used in a variety of modes to build ...


3. Solar Maximum Mission (SMM) Coronagraph/Polarimeter Data [SMM-01]
The data from the Coronagraph/Polarimeter consist of digital images of the solar corona taken through various filters at visible wavelengths. The scientific objectives of the Coronagraph/Polarimeter ...


4. Solar Images and Spectra from the Solar Maximum Mission (SMM) X-ray Polychromator [SMM-07]
Data from the X-ray Polychromator (XRP) consist of photon counting rates at selected X-ray wavelengths in the 1.4 - 22.5 A band from detectors which are used in a variety of modes to build up solar ...


5. X-ray Images of Solar Flares from the Solar Maximum Mission/Hard X-ray Imaging Spectrometer (SMM/HXIS) [SMM-04]
The data from the Hard X-ray Imaging Spectrometer (HXIS) consist of solar flare images in X-rays, built up from simultaneous photon counting rates in each of 6 energy bands with boundaries at 3.5, ...


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