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The Coronas-F Space Mission

Volume 400 of the series Astrophysics and Space Science Library pp 257-287

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Variability of Extreme Ultraviolet Fluxes at Various Timescales as Measured On board the CORONAS Space Mission (SUFR-SP-K and VUSS-L Experiments)

  • A. A. NusinovAffiliated withFedorov Institute of Applied Geophysics Email author 
  • , T. V. KazachevskayaAffiliated withFedorov Institute of Applied Geophysics
  • , V. V. KatyushinaAffiliated withFedorov Institute of Applied Geophysics
  • , P. M. SvidskyAffiliated withFedorov Institute of Applied Geophysics
  • , D. A. GonyukhAffiliated withCentral Design Bureau of Hydrometeorological Equipment

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Abstract

The launch of the CORONAS satellites was of fundamental importance to the development of the national space weather service. The flights of the CORONAS automatic solar observatory gave us a clear idea of the space division of the service and its particular elements, as well as of the possibility to realize it by the effort of the national research institutions.