Fig. 1.


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One year’s worth of data from EPD/EPT. Intensities, in the energy range of 124–218 keV for ions (outer) and 54–101 keV for electrons (inner), are color-coded along Solar Orbiter’s orbit, shown in the mean ecliptic and equinox of J2000 (ECLIPJ2000) reference frame. Left-hand panel: data for the first orbit (28 February to 1 October 2020), the right hand panel shows data from the second (currently incomplete) orbit (1 October 2020 to 28 February 2021, right after the second mission perihelion). Data gaps are due to commissioning activities. Interesting periods are labeled: with “a” through “h” referencing event studies; and “I” and “II” indicating the encounter with the tail of the comet Atlas and the Venus fly-by, respectively.

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