Flows along arch filaments observed in the GRIS ‘very fast spectroscopic mode’

@article{Manrique2016FlowsAA,
  title={Flows along arch filaments observed in the GRIS ‘very fast spectroscopic mode’},
  author={S. J. G. Manrique and C. Denker and C. Kuckein and A. P. Yabar and M. Collados and M. Verma and H. Balthasar and A. Diercke and C. E. Fischer and P. G{\"o}m{\"o}ry and N. B. Gonz{\'a}lez and R. Schlichenmaier and M. C. Armas and T. Berkefeld and A. Feller and S. Hoch and A. Hofmann and A. Lagg and H. Nicklas and D. Su{\'a}rez and D. Schmidt and W. Schmidt and M. Sigwarth and M. Sobótka and S. Solanki and D. Soltau and J. Staude and K. Strassmeier and R. Volkmer and O. F. von der L{\"u}he and T. Waldmann},
  journal={Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union},
  year={2016},
  volume={12},
  pages={28 - 33}
}
Abstract A new generation of solar instruments provides improved spectral, spatial, and temporal resolution, thus facilitating a better understanding of dynamic processes on the Sun. High-resolution observations often reveal multiple-component spectral line profiles, e.g., in the near-infrared He i 10830 Å triplet, which provides information about the chromospheric velocity and magnetic fine structure. We observed an emerging flux region, including two small pores and an arch filament system… Expand
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