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We present the design of the new PEPSI spectropolarimeter to be installed at the Large Binocular Telescope (LBT) in Arizona to measure the full set of Stokes parameters in spectral lines and outline its precision and the accuracy limiting factors.
We analysed calibrated Stokes V magnetograms and simultaneously measured Stokes I spectra of high spatial and spectral resolution taken in a medium sized sunspot. We found a clear (anti-) correlation between the brightness variation of penumbral structures and the longitudinal component (B*cosγ) of the magnetic field. No azimuthal variation of the amount of the magnetic field strength (B) was observed across dark and bright structures. There the field is more vertical in bright filaments compared to dark ones.
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