FABRY–PÉROT VERSUS SLIT SPECTROPOLARIMETRY OF PORES AND ACTIVE NETWORK: ANALYSIS OF IBIS AND HINODE DATA

@article{Judge2010FABRYPROTVS,
  title={FABRY–P{\'E}ROT VERSUS SLIT SPECTROPOLARIMETRY OF PORES AND ACTIVE NETWORK: ANALYSIS OF IBIS AND HINODE DATA},
  author={Philip Gordon Judge and Alexandra Tritschler and Han Uitenbroek and Kevin P. Reardon and Gianna Cauzzi and Alfred G. de Wijn},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={710},
  pages={1486 - 1497}
}
We discuss spectropolarimetric measurements of photospheric (Fe i 630.25 nm) and chromospheric (Ca ii 854.21 nm) spectral lines in and around small magnetic flux concentrations, including a pore. Our long-term goal is to diagnose properties of the magnetic field near the base of the corona. We compare ground-based two-dimensional spectropolarimetric measurements with (almost) simultaneous space-based slit spectropolarimetry. We address the question of noise and crosstalk in the measurements and… 

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