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Schematic and calibration spectrum from the Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer (EIS) on the Japanese Solar-B satellite. The inset photo (courtesy of the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency) is of the early morning launch from the Uchinoura Space Center on 23 September 2006. After completion of its first orbit, the Solar-B was renamed Hinode. For spectrometer details, see the papers by Korendyke et al., pp. 8674-8688, and Lang et al., pp. 8689- 8705.
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