The Sun as the most important star for scientific laboratory in astrophysics as well as encompassing all living aspect on Earth, still holds scientific mystery. As the established model that the Sun’s energy fueled by the nuclear reaction, along with transport process to the typical Solar surface on around 6000-K temperature, many aspects still left as an open questions, such as how the chromosphere responded to the photospheric dynamics. In this preliminary work, we try to analyze the Solar chromosphere respond to the Photospheric dynamics using tomography study implementing multi-wavelength analysis observation obtained from Dutch Open Telescope. Using the Hydrogen-alpha Doppler signal as the primary diagnostic tool, we try to investigate the inter-relation between the magnetic and gas pressure dynamics that occur in the chromosphere.
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Research Article| April 16 2015
Multi-wavelength analysis from tomography study on solar chromosphere
Emanuel Sungging Mumpuni;
AIP Conf. Proc. 1656, 070009 (2015)
Emanuel Sungging Mumpuni, Dhani Herdiwijaya, Mitra Djamal; Multi-wavelength analysis from tomography study on solar chromosphere. AIP Conf. Proc. 16 April 2015; 1656 (1): 070009. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4917155
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