Optical imaging detector for solar corona intensity oscillations study


Intensity of the solar corona is million times fainter than that of the photosphere in the visible wavelengths. The solar corona can be observed either during occurrences of total solar eclipses when the bright photospheric light is blocked by moon or by using an instrument called the `coronagraph'. The existence of waves in the solar corona creates high… (More)

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