High Resolution Solar Physics

High Resolution Solar Physics


Theoretical Problems in High Resolution Solar Physics 2

Theoretical Problems in High Resolution Solar Physics 2


Solar Physics Research Trends

Tandberg - Hanssen , E. The Nature of Prominences , Astrophysics and Space Science Library ; Kluwer Academic ... Zwaan , C. In High Resolution in Solar Physics ; Muller , R .; Ed .; Lecture Notes in Physics ; Springer - Verlag : Berlin ...

Solar Physics Research Trends

This book presents the latest results on solar-stellar research and the study of solar terrestrial physics. It includes all aspects of solar physics, ranging from the internal structure of the sun and its evolution, to outer corona and solar wind in interplanetary space.

High Resolution Solar Physics

I am grateful to Professor R. Cowsik , Director , Indian Institute of Astrophysics and the SOC Chair and members of the 19th ... 20 , 227 Skumanich , A. , Smythe , C. , & Frazier , E.N. 1975 , APJ 200 , 747 High Resolution Solar Physics ...

High Resolution Solar Physics


Solarnet

Sunspots, flares, coronal mass ejections — spectacular events occur on the surface of the Sun, and they affect us in a number of ways. Powerful telescopes are needed to shed new light on these phenomena.

Solarnet


Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports

PROSPECTS FOR VERY - HIGH - RESOLUTION SOLAR PHYSICS WITH THE SIMURIS INTEFEROMETRIC MISSION L. Dame , M. Martic , and R. J. Rutten ( Utrecht State Univ . , Netherlands . ) in ESA , Scientific Requirements for Future Solar - Physics ...

Scientific and Technical Aerospace Reports

Lists citations with abstracts for aerospace related reports obtained from world wide sources and announces documents that have recently been entered into the NASA Scientific and Technical Information Database.

Solar Photosphere Structure Convection and Magnetic Fields

91, 195 Van Ballegooijen, A.A.: 1985a, in Measurements of Solar Vector Magnetic Fields, M.J. Hagyard (Ed.), NASA Conf. Publ. 2374, p. 322 Van Ballegooijen, A.A.: 1985b, in Theoretical Problems in High Resolution Solar Physics, ...

Solar Photosphere  Structure  Convection  and Magnetic Fields

Solar and stellar photospheres constitute the layers most accessible to observations, forming the interface between the interior and the outside of the stars. The solar atmosphere is a rich physics laboratory, in which the whole spectrum of radiative, dynamical, and magnetic processes that tranfer energy into space can be observed. As the fundamental processes take place on very small spatial scales, we need high· resolution observations to explore them. On the other hand the small-scale processes act together to form global properties of the sun, which have their origins in the solar interior. The rapid advances in observational techniques and theoreticallllodelling over the past decade made it very timely to bring together scientists from east and west to the first lAU Symposium on this topic. The physics of the photosphere involves complicated interactions between magnetic fields, convection, waves, and radiation. During the past decade our understanding of these gener ally small-scale structures and processes has been dramatically advanced. New instrumen tations, on ground and in space, have given us new means to study the granular convection. Diagnostic methods in Stokes polarimetry have allowed us to go beyond the limitations of spatial resolution to explore the structure and dynamics of the subarcsec magnetic struc tures. Extensive numerical simulations of the interaction between convection and magnetic fields using powerful supercomputers are providing deepened physical insight. Granulation, magnetic fields, and dynamo processes are being explored in the photospheres of other stars, guided by our improved understanding of the solar photosphere.

Lectures on Solar Physics

Res., 86, 6673 Choudhary, D. P., Ambastha, A., & Ai, G. 1998, Sol. Phys., 179, 133 Choudhary, D. P., Gary, G. A., & Ambastha, A. 1999, in XIX NSO/SP Workshop on High Resolution Solar Physics, eds. T. R. Rimmele, K. S. Balasubramaniam, ...

Lectures on Solar Physics

This volume has grown out of lectures addressing primarily graduate students and researchers working in related areas in both astrophysics and space sciences. All contributions are self-contained and do not require prior in-depth knowledge of solar physics. The result is a unique textbook that fulfills the needs of those wishing to have a pedagogic exposition of solar physics bringing them up-to-date in a field full of vitality and with exciting research.

Solar and Stellar Granulation

... Roberti, G., and Severino, G.: 1985, 'Line Asymmetries and Shifts in Presence of Granulation and Oscillations: The CLV of the K I 7699 Resonance Line', in H.U. Schmidt (ed.), Theoretical Problems in High Resolution Solar Physics, ...

Solar and Stellar Granulation

Robert J. Rutten Sterrekundig Instituut Utrecht, The Netherlands Why this workshop? Why this workshop? Or rather, since the real question that arose about a year ago was not whether there should be another OAC workshop, but only what it should be about: why a workshop on granulation? To answer this question I will play an unfair trick on you. I will simply present the scientific justification which I included last autumn in a grant application to NATO's Scientific Affairs Division. It lists the reasons why I thought a workshop on this particular topic and at this particular moment ought to be worthwhile. There must be something in its reasoning, because NATO has indeed agreed to co-sponsor this workshop, and because all of you have decided to spend time and effort on your contributions and to journey to this beautiful island in order to participate. But since the proof is in the pudding, I am eager to see whether indeed this workshop will be as outstanding as I have promised; in the meantime, you are entitled to know what we got you here for. The justification went as follows: "The subject 'granulation' has recently become a hot topic, at the center of much new research, observational as well as interpretational and theoretical, and both in solar physics and in stellar physics.