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Fine Structure and Dynamics of the Solar Photosphere (IAU S327)

Fine Structure and Dynamics of the Solar Photosphere (IAU S327)

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Part of Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Symposia and Colloquia

  • Date Published: October 2017
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107170049

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  • Solar activity has become of increasing importance in our modern society, as many aspects of today's technology could be affected by eruptive phenomena associated with solar magnetic variability. State of the art solar instrumentation is revealing the dynamics of the Sun with unprecedented temporal and spatial resolutions. This volume includes recent results in solar physics research presented at the IAU Symposium 327, the first IAU symposium held in Colombia, in the historical city of Cartagena de Indias, one of the oldest in the Americas. Its main scientific goal was to discuss recent results on the processes shaping the structure of the solar atmosphere and driving plasma eruptions and explosive events in our star. Researchers in both theory and observation, who study structure and activity in the solar atmosphere, discuss a wide range of topics in the field.

    • Provides a state-of-the-art approach to the physics of the Sun, from both the theoretical and the observational points of view
    • Features recent results revealing the activity of the Sun, contributing to our understanding of the complex structure of the solar atmosphere
    • Reveals the importance of magnetic fields that shape the structure of the solar atmosphere and which are the main drivers of eruptive phenomena
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    • Date Published: October 2017
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107170049
    • dimensions: 254 x 179 x 11 mm
    • weight: 0.42kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Solar ALMA predictions: tutorial R. J. Rutten
    First Colombian Solar Radio Interferometer: current stage J. C. G. G´omez, J. C. M. Oliveros and B. Calvo-Mozo
    sTools – a data reduction pipeline for the GREGOR Fabry-Pérot Interferometer and the High-resolution Fast Imager at the GREGOR solar telescope C. Kuckein et al.
    A Python-based interface to examine motions in time series of solar images J. I. Campos-Rozo and S. V. Domínguez
    Flows along arch filaments observed in the GRIS 'very fast spectroscopic mode' S. J. G. Manrique et al.
    Granular cells in the presence of magnetic field J. Jurčák, B. Lemmerer and M. van Noort
    Small magnetic structures near the polar regions of the Sun I. Cabello et al.
    A new look at sunspot formation using theory and observations I. R. Losada et al.
    A long-duration active region: Evolution and quadrature observations of ejective events H. Cremades et al.
    Photospheric magnetic field of an eroded-by-solar-wind coronal mass ejection J. Palacios, C. Cid, E. Saiz and A. Guerrero
    Magnetic instability of filaments in different solar regions J. Palacios et al.
    Magnetic field line braiding in the solar atmosphere S. Candelaresi, D. I. Pontin and G. Hornig
    Modelling short-term Solar Spectral Irradiance (SSI) using coronal electron density and temperature profiles based on solar magnetic field observations J. M. R. Gómez et al.
    P-mode induced convective collapse in vertical expanding magnetic flux tubes? D. Utz et al.
    Understanding the connection between the energy released during solar flares and their emission in the lower atmosphere F. R. da Costa
    Initiation and chromospheric effects of a M1.0 class solar flare from high-resolution multi-wavelength observations V. M. Sadykov et al.
    An Eruptive Complex Solar Flare and Events in its Aftermath M. L. Luoni et al.
    What can He II 304 Å tell us about transient seismic emission from solar flares? C. Lindsey and A.-C. Donea
    Relationships Between Sequential Chromospheric Brightening and the Corona M. S. Kirk et al.
    MHD simulations of coronal dark downflows considering thermal conduction E. Zurbriggen et al.
    Evidence of in-situ Type II radio bursts in interplanetary shocks S. M. D´ıaz-Castillo, J. C. M. Oliveros and B. Calvo-Mozo
    Author index.

  • Editors

    Santiago Vargas Domínguez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

    Alexander G. Kosovichev, New York Institute of Technology

    Patrick Antolin, University of St Andrews, Scotland

    Louise Harra, Mullard Space Science Laboratory, University College London

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