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Observations of the solar chromosphere with ALMA and comparison with theoretical models

Brajsa, Roman; Sudar, Davor; Skokic, Ivica; Benz, Arnold O.; Kuhar, Matej; Kobelski, Adam; Wedemeyer, Sven; White, Stephen M.; Ludwig, Hans-G.; Temmer, Manuela; Saar, Steven H.; Selhorst, Caius L.

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Scott Wolk

 

In this work we use solar observations with the ALMA radio telescope at the wavelength of 1.21 mm. The aim of the analysis

is to improve understanding of the solar chromosphere, a dynamic layer in the solar atmosphere between the photosphere and

corona. The study has an observational and a modeling part. In the observational part full-disc solar images are analyzed.

Based on a modied FAL atmospheric model, radiation models for various observed solar structures are developed. Finally, the

observational and modeling results are compared and discussed.

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