Table 1.

Most prominent SPICE lines in the quiet Sun spectrum sorted by increasing wavelength.

Ion λ [nm] log T [K] DN/s
O III 70.23 4.91 30.2
O III 70.38 4.91 40.2
Mg IX 70.60 5.96 6.8
O II 71.85 4.66 9.7
S IV 75.02 5.01 3.6
O V 76.04 5.33 10.5
N IV 76.52 5.08 40.5
Ne VIII 77.04 5.74 43.4
Mg VIII 77.27 5.89 1.5
Ne VIII 78.03 5.74 23.7
S V 78.65 5.15 17.5
O IV 78.77 5.15 32.0
H Ly γ 97.25 4.00 39.9
C III 97.70 4.81 211.6
N III 98.98 4.82 5.6
N III 99.16 4.82 12.6
Ne VI 101.03 5.56 1.2
H Ly β 102.57 4.00 171.2
O I 102.74 4.21 8.8
O VI 103.19 5.41 76.0
C II 103.60 4.47 13.1
C II 103.70 4.47 14.4
O VI 103.76 5.41 40.6

Notes. The column log T gives the line formation temperature (at the peak of the contribution function from Fig. 2). The column DN/s gives uncalibrated count rates from SPICE, obtained from fitting the line profiles of the spectrum in Fig. 1. Optionally, to obtain a rough relative calibration between the SW and LW count rates, the SW band values can be divided by a factor of 3.4 (see text for details).

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