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A New Class of Solar Oscillation Measurements

  • J. Schou (a1)

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Over the past few years the quality and quantity of basic helioseismic data have increased dramatically as instruments such as MDI on the SOHO spacecraft and the GONG network have become operational. The data from these new instruments have led to a significant increase in our ability to make inferences about the solar interior, and resulted in a long series of often surprising and spectacular discoveries. In this review I describe some of the most recent results and what progress we may be able to make in the near future with improved analysis methods and with a better understanding of solar oscillations and the instruments used to observe them.

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A New Class of Solar Oscillation Measurements

  • J. Schou (a1)

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