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Ca II K Spectral Study of an Emerging Flux Region using Domeless Solar Telescope in Hida Observatory View all abstracts by submitter

Kenichi Otsuji   Submitted: 2010-05-12 18:10

A cooperative observation with Hida observatory and Hinode satellite was performed on an emerging flux region. The successive Ca II K spectro-heliograms of the emerging flux region were taken by the Domeless Solar Telescope of Hida observatory. Hinode observed the emerging flux region with Ca II H and Fe I Stokes IQUV filtergrams. In this study, detailed dynamics and temporal evolution of the magnetic flux emergence was studied observationally. The event was first detected in the photospheric magnetic field signals. 3 minutes later, the horizontal expansion of the dark area was detected. And then, 7 minutes later than the horizontal expansion, the emerging loops were detected with the maximal rise speed of 2.1 km s-1 at chromospheric heights. The observed dynamics of emerging magnetic flux from the photosphere to the upper chromosphere is well consistent with the results of previous simulation works. The gradual rising phase of flux tubes with a weak magnetic strength was confirmed by our observation.

Authors: Kenichi Otsuji, Reizaburo Kitai, Takuma Matsumoto, Kiyoshi Ichimoto, Satoru Ueno, Shin'ichi Nagata, Hiroaki Isobe, Kazunari Shibata
Projects: Hinode/SOT

Publication Status: Accepted
Last Modified: 2010-05-13 07:17
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