Structure of prominence legs: Plasma and magnetic field

@article{Levens2015StructureOP,
  title={Structure of prominence legs: Plasma and magnetic field},
  author={P. Levens and B. Schmieder and N. Labrosse and A. L. Ariste},
  journal={arXiv: Solar and Stellar Astrophysics},
  year={2015}
}
We investigate the properties of a `solar tornado' observed on 15 July 2014, and aim to link the behaviour of the plasma to the internal magnetic field structure of the associated prominence. We made multi-wavelength observations with high spatial resolution and high cadence using SDO/AIA, the IRIS spectrograph and the Hinode/SOT instrument. Along with spectropolarimetry provided by the THEMIS telescope we have coverage of both optically thick emission lines and magnetic field information. AIA… Expand
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