Seminar
The cold Helium Corona and new ideas for sensitive coronal IR magnetometry

Prof. J. R. Kuhn
See the live streaming of this talk on Monday December 16, 10:30 GMT (GMT+1 Summer time).

Abstract

The Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST) will enter its operation phase in approximately 6 months with the important goal of studying the solar corona. For the first time with DKIST and a cryogenic infrared spectropolarimeter first-light instrument (CryoNIRSP) we will routinely measure coronal magnetism and observe the multiphasic coronal plasma. In this talk I will discuss some of the key coronal physics questions the CryoNIRSP will address at first light, and the performance of the telescope with these coronal observing capabilities.

About the talk

The cold Helium Corona and new ideas for sensitive coronal IR magnetometry
Prof. J. R. Kuhn
IfA, Hawaii
Monday December 16, 2019 - 10:30  (Aula)
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