|Title:||SolO/EUI Data Release 5.0 2022-04|
|Publisher:||Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB)|
|Creators:||Mampaey Benjamin, Verbeeck Francis, Stegen Koen, Kraaikamp Emil, Gissot Samuel, Auchere Frederic, Berghmans David (Principal Investigator)|
|Contributors:||Rochus Pierre, Harra Louise, Schuehle Udo, Long David, Aznar Cuadrado Regina, Buchlin Eric, Halain Jean-Philippe, Jacques Lionel, Mierla Marilena, Nicula Bogdan, Parenti Susanna, Rodriguez Luciano, Smith Phil, Teriaca Luca, Zhukov Andrei.|
|Description:|| The Extreme Ultraviolet Imager (EUI) is part of the remote sensing instrument package of the ESA/NASA Solar Orbiter mission.
The EUI consists of three telescopes, the Full Sun Imager (FSI) and two High Resolution Imagers (HRILYA, HRIEUV),
which are optimised to image in Lyman-α and EUV (17.4 nm, 30.4 nm). The 3 telescopes together provide
a coverage from chromosphere up to corona with both high resolution and with a wide field of view.
EUI scientific data consists of calibrated and raw data images acquired by the three EUI telescopes.
Following the orbit profile of Solar Orbiter, the data coverage, imaging cadence and effective spatial resolution of the EUI data
are very variable. "EUI data release 5.0 2022-04" contains the Solar Orbiter/EUI data from the
Near Earth Commissioning Phase (NECP), the Cruise Phase and the first 3 months of the Nominal Science Phase.
Technical release notes
Time range of observations: 2020-03-03/2022-04-13 (to be appended with later incoming data)
Date of latest image file production: 2024-04-20 (to be appended with later incoming data)
Date of DOI mining: 2022-04-25
|Data Citation:||Scientific papers using EUI data are asked to
(1) cite the EUI instrument paper Rochus et al, AA, 2020 and the above DOI to identify which EUI Data Release was used
(2) mention in the acknowledgements the text listed here below under acknowledgements
(3) please inform email@example.com (EUI Principal Investigator) of your work and/or publication, to facilitate cross-referencing and accumulate statistics for future reviews of the mission and instrument team. On request, the EUI team is happy to provide technical assistance during data handling. In return, co-authorship on eventual publications is expected.
(4) Specifically for data running up to the very first perihelion (March and April 2022), we explicitly ask external researchers to invite the core of the EUI team as co-authors on publications. Depending on the research topic and the availability of the EUI co-investigators, this could be up to about 20 co-investigators. Please contact the PI firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain the list of to be invited EUI co-investigators.
(5) The usage of EUI images as online web graphics or in printed materials should mention "Image Courtesy: ESA/Solar Orbiter/EUI".
|Acknowledgements:||Solar Orbiter is a space mission of international collaboration between ESA and NASA, operated by ESA. The EUI instrument was built by CSL, IAS, MPS, MSSL/UCL, PMOD/WRC, ROB, LCF/IO with funding from the Belgian Federal Science Policy Office (BELSPO/PRODEX PEA 4000134088); the Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES); the UK Space Agency (UKSA); the Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie (BMWi) through the Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR); and the Swiss Space Office (SSO).|
|License:||CC BY 4.0, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/|