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Hinode: a new solar observatory in space: Saku Tsuneta plenary presentation

2010 SPIE Astronomical Instrumentation Plenary presentation. "Hinode: a new solar observatory in space" Saku Tsuneta, Hinode Science Center, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan

12 July 2010, SPIE Newsroom. DOI: 10.1117/2.3201007.11
Saku Tsuneta is a professor of the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) with research interest in space instrumentation
and solar physics from space. He is the director of the Hinode Science Center, and the director of the Advanced Technology Center of NAOJ. He is the principal Investigator for Solar Optical Telescope aboard Hinode and the co-manager for the entire Hinode mission. He took his PhD in astronomy in 1983 at the University of Tokyo.