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Hugh Hudson Submitted: 06-Feb-2008 09:25

The Solar Aspect Sensor from RHESSI serendipitously is giving excellent data on the shape of the Sun. In essence, this is the original Dicke oblateness measurement carried out in space. We hope to achieve precisions well below 100 micro arcsec and to measure not only the oblateness, but also higher-order terms in the solar shape.

Participants: M. Fivian, H. Hudson, R. Lin, H.J. Zahid

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