Tracking solar gravity modes: the dynamics of the solar core.

@article{Garca2007TrackingSG,
  title={Tracking solar gravity modes: the dynamics of the solar core.},
  author={Rafael A. Garc{\'i}a and S. Turck-chi{\`e}ze and Sebasti'an J. Jim'enez-Reyes and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Ballot and Pere L. Pall'e and Antonio M. Eff-Darwich and Savita Mathur and Janine Provost},
  journal={Science},
  year={2007},
  volume={316 5831},
  pages={
          1591-3
        }
}
Solar gravity modes have been actively sought because they directly probe the solar core (below 0.2 solar radius), but they have not been conclusively detected in the Sun because of their small surface amplitudes. Using data from the Global Oscillation at Low Frequency instrument, we detected a periodic structure in agreement with the period separation predicted by the theory for gravity dipole modes. When studied in relation to simulations including the best physics of the Sun determined… CONTINUE READING

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