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Comment: better structure of HI table & warning on missing details


 detector size (radial x transverse)FOV (radial x transverse)TM/raw imagecompression rates
SoloHI Full frame image

3968 px * 3968 px

5º-45º x 5º-45º (40ºx40º)

 info missing info missing
SoloHI inner FOV subframe image

192 px * 512 px

5.8º-7.68º x 5º (1.88ºx5º)

13.5º-15.38º x 5º

18.5º-20.38º x 5º

Radial Swath subframe image

3968 px * 512 px

5º-45º x 5º (40ºx5º)  


Example of such an orbit plan is below:

The details of each observing mode are still to be provided by SoloHI.

Observing modes - Example plan Use case#images / dayScience data volume / daySoloHI data rateObserving duration / orbit 
    (Gbits) estimate(kbits/s)(days) example
Perihelion programs: 0.28-0.29 AU    

SoloHI Solar Wind Turbulence @perihelion @perih


SoloHI Shock Formation @perihelionFormation @perih

Near-Perihelion programs: 0.29-0.36 AU    
SoloHI Near-perihelion Synoptic Program  3481.6920.35
SoloHI Solar Wind Turbulence Near-perihelion  7501.9423.22
SoloHI Shock Formation Near-perihelion  5162.4529.32
Far-Perihelion programs: 

0.36-0.42 AU

SoloHI Far-Perihelion Synoptic Program  1321.6419.77
Southern (star) Out-of-ecliptic programs: 0.5-0.7 AU (star)    
SoloHI Southern Synoptic Program  1040.8410.38

(star) Probably dependent  Dependent on the trajectory


Examples of more-detailed observing program for 1 type of orbit during the mission: