The Herschel effect and solar photography

@article{Jayanthan1970TheHE,
  title={The Herschel effect and solar photography},
  author={R. Jayanthan},
  journal={Solar Physics},
  year={1970},
  volume={12},
  pages={163-166}
}
A method of photographing the solar image in the UV part of the solar spectrum is described. The resulting images show the bright photospheric network of Sheeley and Chapman; these have been recorded at the small central distance of 20°. During a flare of importance 1b near a spot group, no detectable changes in the spots, their relative positions or the bright photospheric network could be observed. 
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Bright photospheric areas surrounding sunspot groups at 5700 Å
Sunspot groups at various central angles were chosen to study what appears to be an enhanced surrounding area, even at small central angles. The continuous band of observation was 200 Å wide,Expand

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