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Solar p-mode frequencies and their dependence on solar-activity - recent results from the BISON network

By Y. Elsworth, R. Howe, G. R. Isaak, C. P. McLeod, B. A. Miller, R. New, C. C. Speake and S. J. Wheeler

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We present here high-accuracy determinations of the frequencies of low-l solar p-modes and their solar-cycle dependence. The data were obtained using the Birmingham network of solar spectrometers (BISON). The precision of the measurements is discussed. Our previously published results of a significant frequency shift between solar minimum and solar maximum, apparently independent of l and similar to that found by other workers for intermediate-l modes, is confirmed and extended. This suggests that at most only a small fraction of the variation is due to the solar core. Sets of frequencies at high and low solar activity, and an average corrected for solar-activity effects, are presented. There is now evidence that the solar-activity dependence of the frequencies varies across the 5 minute spectrum

Year: 1994
OAI identifier: oai:shura.shu.ac.uk:2067
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