The Current State of Solar Modeling

@article{ChristensenDalsgaard1996TheCS,
  title={The Current State of Solar Modeling},
  author={J{\o}rgen Christensen-Dalsgaard and Werner D{\"a}ppen and S. V. Ajukov and E. R. Anderson and H. M. Antia and Sarbani Basu and Vladimir A. Baturin and Gabrielle Berthomieu and Brian Chaboyer and Shashikumar M. Chitre and Arthur N. Cox and Pierre. Demarque and Jadzia Donatowicz and Woiciech A. Dziembowski and Marcus D. Gabriel and Douglas O. Gough and David B. Guenther and Joyce A. Guzik and J. W. Harvey and Frank Hill and G{\"u}nter Houdek and Carlos A. Iglesias and Alexander G. Kosovichev and John Leibacher and P Morel and Charles R. Proffitt and Janine Provost and Jerome P. Reiter and Edward J. Rhodes and Forrest J. Rogers and Ian W. Roxburgh and Michael J. Thompson and Roger K Ulrich},
  journal={Science},
  year={1996},
  volume={272},
  pages={1286 - 1292}
}
Data from the Global Oscillation Network Group (GONG) project and other helioseismic experiments provide a test for models of stellar interiors and for the thermodynamic and radiative properties, on which the models depend, of matter under the extreme conditions found in the sun. Current models are in agreement with the helioseismic inferences, which suggests, for example, that the disagreement between the predicted and observed fluxes of neutrinos from the sun is not caused by errors in the… Expand

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