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The 3D solar corona Cycle 24 rising phase from SDO/AIA tomography

  • Federico A. Nuevo (a1) (a2), Alberto M. Vásquez (a1) (a2), Richard A. Frazin (a3), Zhenguang Huang (a3) and Ward B. Manchester (a3)...

Abstract

We recently extended the differential emission measure tomography (DEMT) technique to be applied to the six iron bands of the Atmospheric Imaging Assembly (AIA) instrument aboard the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO). DEMT products are the 3D reconstruction of the coronal emissivity in the instrument's bands, and the 3D distribution of the local differential emission measure, in the height range 1.0 to 1.25 R. We show here derived maps of the electron density and temperature of the inner solar corona during the rising phase of solar Cycle 24. We discuss the distribution of our results in the context of open/closed magnetic regions, as derived from a global potential field source surface (PFSS) model of the same period. We also compare the results derived with SDO/AIA to those derived with the Extreme UltraViolet Imager (EUVI) instrument aboard the Solar TErrestrial RElations Observatory (STEREO).

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The 3D solar corona Cycle 24 rising phase from SDO/AIA tomography

  • Federico A. Nuevo (a1) (a2), Alberto M. Vásquez (a1) (a2), Richard A. Frazin (a3), Zhenguang Huang (a3) and Ward B. Manchester (a3)...

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