Publicaciones

  • Chromospheric Heating by Magnetohydrodynamic Waves and Instabilities

    The importance of the chromosphere in the mass and energy transport within the solar atmosphere is now widely recognized. This review discusses the physics of magnetohydrodynamic waves and instabilities in large-scale chromospheric structures as well as in magnetic flux tubes. We highlight a number of key observational aspects that have helped our

    Srivastava, A. K. et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    6
    2021
  • Corrigendum: The Remote Observatories of the Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy (SARA)

    Bill Gray of Project Pluto brought to our attention an error of 0.03 in the listed latitude of our Kitt Peak telescope. While correcting the table where this occurred, we also take the opportunity to update the instrument properties and weather statistics of our remote telescopes.

    Keel, William C. et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    6
    2021
  • Diversity of nuclear star cluster formation mechanisms revealed by their star formation histories

    Nuclear star clusters (NSCs) are the densest stellar systems in the Universe and are found in the centres of all types of galaxies. They are thought to form via mergers of star clusters such as ancient globular clusters (GCs) that spiral to the centre as a result of dynamical friction or through in situ star formation directly at the galaxy centre

    Fahrion, K. et al.

    Fecha de publicación:

    6
    2021