Planetary Space Weather
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Imaging data of FOV-L1 observed on 1 February, 2015. Horizontal and vertical axes show spatial locations in the detector coordinates (pixel). The horizontal and vertical axes roughly align with east-west and north-south directions of the ecliptic coordinates, respectively. Plate scale is 1.1 arcsec/pixel. Color shows arbitrary photon counts. Observation target was Jupiter, the shape of which is indicated in light green. The solid black region illustrates the expected location of the dumbbell-shaped slit of the EUV instrument, which is actually not seen in FOV data because the count rates of the sky background and dumbbell slit region are both at the noise level of the FOV detector. Integration time is 1 s.

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