The Sun’s Supergranulation

@article{Rieutord2010TheSS,
  title={The Sun’s Supergranulation},
  author={M. Rieutord and F. Rincon},
  journal={Living Reviews in Solar Physics},
  year={2010},
  volume={7},
  pages={1-82}
}
The Sun’s supergranulation refers to a physical pattern covering the surface of the quiet Sun with a typical horizontal scale of approximately 30,000 km and a lifetime of around 1.8 d. Its most noticeable observable signature is as a fluctuating velocity field of 360 m st-1 rms whose components are mostly horizontal. Supergranulation was discovered more than fifty years ago, however explaining why and how it originates still represents one of the main challenges of modern solar physics.A lot of… Expand
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