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Recent developments in helioseismic analysis methods and solar data assimilation

Author: Markus Roth
We overview recent advances and results in enhancing and developing helioseismic analysis methods and in solar data assimilation. In the first part of this paper we will focus on selected developments in time-distance and global h ... more

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The GREGOR Fabry‐Pérot Interferometer (GFPI) ‐ Technical Innovations and Results achieved in 2013

Author: Klaus Gerhard Puschmann
This paper shall provide a summary of not yet published technical innovations to the GREGOR Fabry-Pérot Interferometer (GFPI) at the 1.5m GREGOR Solar Telescope (Europe's largest solar telescope) that I implemented in 2013 as the ... more

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Experimental results for infrared aberration tracking using a correlation algorithm on two star extended field

Author: Narsireddy Anugu
We report an experimental results of different correlation algorithms for an extended source wavefront sensor.

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Spicules and their on-disk counterparts - the main driver for solar chromospheric heating?

Author: Klaus Gerhard Puschmann
The question how the outer solar atmosphere is heated from solar photospheric temperatures of about 5800K up to solar chromospheric and coronal temperatures of about 20.000K and millions of degrees respectively, remained without a ... more

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Global helioseismic evidence for a deeply penetrating Solar meridional flow consisting of multiple flow cells

Author: Markus Roth
We use a novel global helioseismic analysis method to infer the meridional flow in the deep Solar interior. The method is based on the perturbation of eigenfunctions of Solar p modes due to meridional flow. We apply this method ... more

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Meridional Circulation and Global Solar Oscillations

Author: Markus Roth
We investigate the influence of large-scale meridional circulation on solar p-modes by quasi-degenerate perturbation theory, as proposed by Lavely and Ritzwoller (1992). As an input flow we use various models of stationary meridio ... more

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Author: Michael Burton
The 22 m diameter Mopra telescope in Australia is being used to undertake an improved survey of the CO J = 1{0 line at 3mm along the 4th quadrant of the Galaxy, achieving an order of magnitude better spatial and spectral resolut ... more

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Solar Physics Research Integrated Network Group Science Requirement Document

Author: Markus Roth
This document is deliverable D80.1 of the Solarnet Work Package 80. It is the Science Requirement Document for SPRING - a new network of ground-based observatories for synoptic observations of the sun. This document condesates ... more

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Validation of Spherical Born Approximation Sensitivity Functions for Measuring Deep Solar Meridional Flow

Author: Markus Roth
Accurate measurements of deep solar meridional flow are of vital interest for understanding the solar dynamo. In this paper, we validate a recently developed method for obtaining sensitivity functions (kernels) for travel-time mea ... more

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Workshop Report: A New Synoptic Solar Observing Network

Author: Markus Roth
Since all space weather originates in and on the Sun, forecasters need continuous, long-term, consistent, and reliable solar data as a foundation for useful predictions. An effective strategy to obtain nearly continuous solar data ... more

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