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Large-Scale Solar Magnetic Fields

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Abstract

The characteristics of the large-scale distribution of the solar magnetic fields on the basis of a series of solar magnetic synoptic charts covering more than 15 years of observations are given. The major part of our information concerns the morphology and only some results deal with the kinematics of the field distribution. Results of averaged solar magnetic field fluxes and polarity reversal studies as well as of preliminary investigation of the very-low angular resolution magnetic measurements are given. The regular zonal and sectoral distribution of photospheric background fields, the different role or visibility of structures in both polarities is discussed. The reflection of both main types of the longitudinal distribution of large-scale solar background magnetic fields (the 27-day, the 28–29-day successions, the ‘supergiant’ structures) in the interplanetary magnetic field distribution is also considered.

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