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    The Laryngoscope

    Volume 122, Issue 3, March 2012, Pages: 614–621, Shengguo Chen, Huaqiao Wang, Amy Hui Yu Fong and Ming Zhang

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    Coronal mass ejection kinematics deduced from white light (Solar Mass Ejection Imager) and radio (Wind/WAVES) observations

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    Volume 110, Issue A9, September 2005, M. J. Reiner, B. V. Jackson, D. F. Webb, D. R. Mizuno, M. L. Kaiser and J.-L. Bougeret

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    Solar Mass Ejection Imager 3-D reconstruction of the 27–28 May 2003 coronal mass ejection sequence

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    Volume 113, Issue A3, March 2008, B. V. Jackson, M. M. Bisi, P. P. Hick, A. Buffington, J. M. Clover and W. Sun

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    The Solar Mass Ejection Imager (SMEI): A new tool for space weather

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    Volume 83, Issue 4, 22 January 2002, Pages: 33–39, David F. Webb, Janet C. Johnston, Richard R. Radick, SMEI Team

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    Preliminary three-dimensional analysis of the heliospheric response to the 28 October 2003 CME using SMEI white-light observations

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  10. The identification and characteristics of solar mass ejections observed in the heliosphere by the Helios 2 photometers

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    Very high altitude aurora observations with the Solar Mass Ejection Imager

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  18. Early solar mass loss: A potential solution to the weak sun paradox

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