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Properties of Photospheric Fluxtubes Derived from Magnetograph Observations

  • V.G. Lozitskij (a1) and T.T. Tsap (a2)

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Data from magnetograph observations, obtained in six Fe I and Mg I lines with the Crimean magnetograph with a spatial resolution of 1 × 1 and 1 × 2 arcsec have been interpreted using the line-ratio method and a two-component model with spatially unresolved fluxtubes and a background field. Magnetograph data obtained by other authors have also been taken into account. The magnetic field strength, its variation with distance from the fluxtube axis, the characteristics of the spectral line profiles, as well as other properties of the fluxtubes have been determined.

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Properties of Photospheric Fluxtubes Derived from Magnetograph Observations

  • V.G. Lozitskij (a1) and T.T. Tsap (a2)

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