Bumba, V. and Klvana, M. and Kálmán, Béla and Garcia, A. (1996) The 1991 southern hemisphere complex of activity. Astronomy and Astrophyics Supplement Series, 117. pp. 291-301.
We have investigated the development of a complex of activity which took place in the southern hemisphere of the Sun between July 1991 and April 1992. The whole process culminated with the successive formation of two large active regions with sunspot groups NOAA 6850 (September/October) and NOAA 6891 (October/November 1991), both having complicated magnetic ﬁelds, but the former without heavy ﬂare activity. We observed the appearance of the individual active regions as the consequence of the development stage of large-scale magnetic ﬁelds in the given area of the solar surface, in connection with their longitudinal and latitudinal distribution. We have studied the dynamics of this development on magnetic synoptic charts, as well as on spectroheliograms taken in the K-line of ionized calcium. Our new observations conﬁrm the regularities found earlier and connection of global and local developments with convection. We think that they could become a tool for solar activity prediction and that they could be used for comparative studies of stellar complexes of activity.
|Subjects:||Q Science / természettudomány > QB Astronomy, Astrophysics / csillagászat, asztrofizika|
|Date Deposited:||23 Apr 2010 10:27|
|Last Modified:||30 Nov 2010 14:45|
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