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High-resolution observations of the solar photosphere, chromosphere and transition region. A database of coordinated IRIS and SST observations

@article{Voort2020HighresolutionOO,
  title={High-resolution observations of the solar photosphere, chromosphere and transition region. A database of coordinated IRIS and SST observations},
  author={L. van der Voort and Bart De Pontieu and Mats Carlsson and J. de la Cruz Rodr{\'i}guez and Suvadeep Bose and Georgios Chintzoglou and Andr{\'e} Drews and Clara Froment and Milena Go{\vs}i{\'c} and David R. Graham and Viggo H. Hansteen and V.M.J. Henriques and S Jafarzadeh and J. Joshi and Lucia Kleint and Petra Kohutova and T. Leifsen and Juan Mart'inez-Sykora and Daniel N'obrega-Siverio and Arnulfo Ortiz and T.M.D. Pereira and Andrius Popovas and Carlos Quintero Noda and Alberto Sainz Dalda and G{\"o}ran B. Scharmer and D. Schmit and Eamon Scullion and H{\aa}kon Skogsrud and Mikolaj Szydlarski and R. Timmons and G.J.M. Vissers and Magnus M. Woods and P. Zacharias},
  journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
  • L. van der Voort, Bart De Pontieu, +30 authors P. Zacharias
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics
  • NASA's Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph (IRIS) provides high resolution observations of the solar atmosphere through UV spectroscopy and imaging. Since the launch of IRIS in June 2013, we have conducted systematic observation campaigns in coordination with the Swedish 1-m Solar Telescope (SST) on La Palma. The SST provides complementary high-resolution observations of the photosphere and chromosphere. The SST observations include spectro-polarimetric imaging in photospheric Fe I lines and… CONTINUE READING

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