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The Structure of the White-Light Corona at the 1991 Eclipse

  • A. Sanchez-Ibarra (a1), M. Cisneros-Molina (a2), G. Hinojosa-Palafox (a2), F. Cisneros-Peña (a3), J. Guerrero de La Torre (a3), M. Norzagaray-Cosío (a2) and C. Tapia-Fonllem (a3)...

Abstract

The total solar eclipse of July 11, 1991 was observed from “La Matanza”, Baja California Sur, México, only 5 km south of the center line of totality, with several small instruments intended to obtain images of the corona during totality, and using a range of exposure times which allowed us to detect both the inner and outer corona. Relations between large and fine scale structures of the corona, the photospheric and chromospheric activity, and the presence of coronal holes are presented.

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Sanchez-Ibarra, A., and Barraza-Paredes, M.: 1992, Catalogue of Coronal Holes, submitted for publication.
Solar-Geophysical Data: 1991, NOAA World Data Center A for Solar-Terrestrial Physics.

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