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Solar Research with ALMA  

Bartosz Dabrowski   Submitted: 2011-01-11 06:36

The Atacama Large Millimeter/sub-millimeter Array (ALMA) is a large interferometer that will consist up to 64 high-precision antennas operating in the 31.3 - 950 GHz frequency range. In this frequency range, which is largely unexplored, unique observations with a broad range of scientific objectives (cosmology, cold universe, galaxies, stars and their formation, planets and so on) are expected. Among these tasks there is a unique possibility to observe the Sun and to address several outstanding issues of solar physics. First, the ALMA is briefly described and then the new ESO-ALMA European node (ARC), built at Ondřejov; Observatory, is presented. In Europe, this ARC is the only one oriented to solar physics. Consequently, the requirements and limitations for ALMA solar observations, as well as some examples of possible solar-oriented ALMA projects, are shown. A procedure of the preparation and submission of proposals for ALMA observations is mentioned.

Authors: Karlický, M.; Barta, M.; Dabrowski, B. P.; Heinzel, P.
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Publication Status: Solar Phys (2011) 268, 165-173
Last Modified: 2011-01-11 10:50
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