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22 Year Solar Magnetic Cycle and its relation to Convection Zone Dynamics

  • Kiran Jain (a1), Sushanta Tripathy (a1), Rudolf Komm (a1), Frank Hill (a1) and Rosaria Simoniello (a2)...

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Using continuous observations for 22 years from ground-based network GONG and space-borne instruments MDI onboard SoHO and HMI onboard SDO, we report both global and local properties of the convection zone and their variations with time.

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22 Year Solar Magnetic Cycle and its relation to Convection Zone Dynamics

  • Kiran Jain (a1), Sushanta Tripathy (a1), Rudolf Komm (a1), Frank Hill (a1) and Rosaria Simoniello (a2)...

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