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Solar Coronal Magnetic Fields

  • J. Hildebrandt (a1), B. Kliem (a1) and A. Krüger (a1)

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A short compilation of various radio methods of the determination of magnetic fields in the solar corona is given which, completed by observations in other spectral ranges (e.g. the optical and X-ray ranges), results in a complex picture of the magnetic field. Some topics of interest are the following:

  1. (1)Comparison with a standard reference magnetic field in the solar corona,
  2. (2)Possible evidence of substantial small-scale fluctuations of the magnetic field (e.g. in active regions),
  3. (3)Indication of magnetic fields substantially in excess of the standard distribution (e.g. in limb flare events).

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Solar Coronal Magnetic Fields

  • J. Hildebrandt (a1), B. Kliem (a1) and A. Krüger (a1)

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