Coronal magnetic fields inferred from IR wavelength and comparison with EUV observations

Abstract

Spectropolarimetry using IR wavelength of 1075 nm has been proved to be a powerful tool for directly mapping solar coronal magnetic fields including transverse component directions and line-of-sight component intensities. Solar tomography, or stereoscopy based on EUV observations, can supply 3-D information for some magnetic field lines in bright EUV loops… (More)

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@inproceedings{Liu2009CoronalMF, title={Coronal magnetic fields inferred from IR wavelength and comparison with EUV observations}, author={Yunqiao Liu}, year={2009} }