Space Solar Physics: Theoretical and Observational Issues in the Context of the SOHO Mission by Jean Claude VialSpace Solar Physics: Theoretical and Observational Issues in the Context of the SOHO Mission by Jean Claude Vial

Space Solar Physics: Theoretical and Observational Issues in the Context of the SOHO Mission

EditorJean Claude Vial, Karine Bocchialini, Patrick Boumier

Paperback | April 17, 2014

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This is a fair overview of the basic problems in Solar Physics. The authors address not only the physics that is well understood but also discuss many open questions. The lecturers' involvement in the SOHO mission guarantees a modern and up-to-date analysis of observational data and makes this volume an extremely valuable source for further research.
Title:Space Solar Physics: Theoretical and Observational Issues in the Context of the SOHO MissionFormat:PaperbackPublished:April 17, 2014Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3662141981

ISBN - 13:9783662141984

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Table of Contents

Methods and techniques in helioseismology.- Solar magnetic fields: an introduction.- Heating of chromospheres and coronae.- Solar wind.- Plasma diagnostics for the solar atmosphere.- Radiative transfer and radiation hydrodynamics.- Basic concepts in solar magnetohydrodynamics.- Heliospheric plasma physics: an introduction.- Instrumentation: Spectroscopy.- A SOHO user manual.- SOHO: an example of Project Management.- Future ESA Projects.