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October 19, 2016

Understanding the solar atmosphere through high resolution spectro-polarimetric observations

Carlos Quintero Noda
Aerospace Project Research Associate

The solar atmosphere is governed by energetic processes of different size, from small scale events of a few kilometres to larger ones of several thousand kilometres that appear scattered on the solar surface. Although we do not completely understand the nature of these active phenomena yet, the scientific community agrees on that they are always related to the magnetic field, ubiquitous in the solar atmosphere.

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HAYABUSA2

HAYABUSA2

Asteroid Explorer / HAYABUSA2

HISAKI

HISAKI

Spectroscopic Planet Observation / SPRINT-A

AKATSUKI

AKATSUKI

Venus Meteorology / PLANET-C

HINODE

HINODE

Solar Observation / SOLAR-B

SUZAKU

SUZAKU

X-ray Astronomy / ASTRO-EII


ERG

ERG

Exploration of energization and Radiation in Geospace / ERG

MMO

MMO (BepiColombo)

Mercury Exploration / MMO (BepiColombo)

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