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Magnetoacoustic Portals and the Basal Heating of the Solar Chromosphere
We show that inclined magnetic field lines at the boundaries of large-scale convective cells (supergranules) provide "portals" through which low-frequency ( 5 mHz) acoustic waves, which are believedExpand
An instrument to observe low-degree solar oscillations
We have constructed an instrument optimized to observe solar oscillations of low degree. The primary goal of this instrument, which we call LOWL, is to measure the frequency splitting of theExpand
Helioseismic Mapping of the Magnetic Canopy in the Solar Chromosphere
We determine the three-dimensional topography of the magnetic canopy in and around active regions by mapping the propagation behavior of high-frequency acoustic waves in the solar chromosphere.
Using Laser Beacons for Daytime Adaptive Optics
This article examines the use of Laser Beacons for daytime astronomical observations. There are two potential applications: the diffraction limited observation of (1) the structure in the solarExpand
Confirmation of solar cycle-dependent intermediate-degree p-mode frequency shifts
Results of intercomparisons of seven different sets of frequencies of intermediate-degree p-modes obtained at several different locations between 1981 and 1989 are presented. It is shown that theExpand
The magneto-optical filter
Transmission curves and theoretical calculi of the magneto-optical filter, designed and built by the authors, are shown together with some observed transmission spectra. At present the filter has aExpand
The magneto-optical filter
In this paper we describe a filter which utilizes magneto-optical effects for velocity fields measurements. The working principle of the instrument is described and its transmission profiles areExpand
Depth and latitude dependence of the solar internal angular velocity
One of the design goals for the dedicated helioseismology observing state located at Mount Wilson Observatory was the measurement of the internal solar rotation using solar p-mode oscillations. InExpand
NOAA AR 8210: EVOLUTION AND FLARES FROM MULTIBAND DIAGNOSTICS
NOAA 8210 has been a region showing a remarkable level of activity well before solar maximum. Dominated by a large, rapidly rotating δ spot, it produced several intense flares during its disk passageExpand
Precise measurement of the solar gravitational red shift
We present the concept and the status of a multi-year project based on a new method to measure the Gravitational Red Shift of the Solar Spectrum with high precision. This project is aimed to conductExpand
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