Yohkoh Solar Observatory
This website is dedicated to the Yohkoh solar observatory
satellite, a cooperative mission of Japan, the USA, and the UK.
Yohkoh was launched in 1991, and observed the solar atmosphere
in X-ray radiation continuously for ten years.
In the pages within this site you will find links to a variety
about Yohkoh, about the instruments on board, about the solar data,
and about research that resulted from this collaboration.
Links to image galleries and press releases are also provided.
Each of the icons in the left-hand frame of this page
corresponds to a category of web addresses. The categories
are the following:
- Yohkoh Observatory: front page.
- About Yohkoh. Overviews of the
Yohkoh mission, spacecraft, and instrumentation.
- Operations and Schedules.
Observing campaigns, past and future. Current state of SXT
and BCS. Personnel schedule.
- Data, Catalogs, and
Requests. Lists of data, forms for requesting, contact
- Results and
Nuggets, Greatest Hits, and
- Image Galleries. Collections of still
movies, and explanations. Includes high-resolution solar images in
- Education and Public Outreach. Tours,
- Yohkoh Hot Topics. Research
highlights, press releases.
- Complete table of
contents. All the links from all
the categories, on one page. Bookmark it!
If you do not find the link
you are looking for here, or if you have suggestions, please direct your
to us at the address below.
This webpage is not maintained anymore. For the mission-long complete
Yohkoh data set, go to the
Yohkoh Legacy data Archive.
Version without frames
Yohkoh Legacy data Archive at Montana State University