Publications

  • Performance of solar far-side active region neural detection

    Context. Far-side helioseismology is a technique used to infer the presence of active regions in the far hemisphere of the Sun based on the interpretation of oscillations measured in the near hemisphere. A neural network has recently been developed to improve the sensitivity of the seismic maps to the presence of far-side active regions. Aims: Our

    Broock, E. G. et al.

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    8
    2021
  • Properties of the inner penumbra boundary and temporal evolution of a decaying sunspot (Corrigendum)
    Benko, M. et al.

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    8
    2021
  • Solving the Paradox of the Solar Sodium D<SUB>1</SUB> Line Polarization

    Twenty-five years ago, enigmatic linear polarization signals were discovered in the core of the sodium D1 line. The only explanation that could be found implied that the solar chromosphere is practically unmagnetized, in contradiction with other evidences. This opened a paradox that has challenged physicists for many years. Here we present its

    Alsina Ballester, Ernest et al.

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    8
    2021