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Proposal ID Walker_48

Date of Proposal
96/12/03

firstname
Dr. Arthur

lastname
Walker

institute
Stanford University

address
Dept. of Physics
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-4060

email
walker@Banneker.stanford.edu

phone
415-723-1486

fax
415-723-1487

proposal
We propose to study the growth and decay of the structures that make up
the chromospheric network, extending from the structures observed in lines
such as H Ly alpha, through small scale coronal structures such as bright
the chromospheric network, extending from the structures observed in lines
such as H Ly alpha, through small scale coronal structures such as bright
points, which we have recently shown have footpoints embedded in the
network. The data set we seek is a 24 hour run of MDI (we are Co-I's)
observations of a ~ 11' X 11' region near the equator, 24 hours of EIT
images taken simultaneously (we understand that a full set of images will
e obtained at ~ 2 hour intervals) and simultaneous Sumer observations (J.
G. Timothy, a Summer Co-I is participating in this investigation). Our
group includes 3 Stanford graduate students and 2 Stanford undergraduates.
J. G. Timothy will be scheduling Summer during the period Dec 6 - Dec 16,
1996. It is my understanding from Dr. Delaboudiniere that I am invited
to participate in EIT analysis as a guest collaborator, although I have no
formal invitation at this time. In any event, I will be delighted to
collaborate with Drs. Catura, Lemen and Moses, whose science program seems
to most closely parallel our own.

inside_collab
Drs. Catura, Lemen and Moses

consortium
no

topic
Chromospheric Network

topic

title
Growth and decay of the Chromospheric Network

update added on 2002/05/06 at 02:40:01
Growth and decay of the Chromospheric Network
Chromospheric Network


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