DKIST's view of quiet photospheric magnetism and application of neural networks to the characterisation of Stokes profiles | Ryan Campbell
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07.03.2024
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Affiliation
Queen's University Belfast, United Kingdom
Main category
Natural Sciences (Astrophysics and Astrononmy)
Caption
A new era of solar physics commences with observations of the quiet Sun using the 4-metre Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope/Visible Spectropolarimeter (DKIST/ViSP). We present full-Stokes observations taken during DKIST’s cycle 1, in the Fe I 630.1/630.2 nm lines, allowing us to examine small-scale magnetism in the photosphere. We use the Stokes Inversion based on Response functions (SIR) code to invert the Fe I line pair. We reveal the existence of a serpentine magnetic element for the first time. A statistical analysis is undertaken, comparing inversions of DKIST data with Hinode data. Read more at https://espos.stream/2024/03/07/Campbell/.
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Further reading
Link to the European Solar Physics Online Seminars (ESPOS) webpage: https://espos.stream/2024/03/07/Campbell/
Language
English
DOI
10.18147/smn.2024/video:361
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