By E. N. Parker (auth.), V. Bumba, J. Kleczek (eds.)
Our first try and manage a Symposium on sunlight task was once made on the lAO normal meeting in Brighton 1970. There, on the consultation of fee 10, we proposed to arrange a Symposium which might pressure the observational facets of sunlight task. It was once our wish that one of these Symposium could stimulate experiences of these very important difficulties in sunlight physics which for a very long time were overlooked in total clinical dialogue. even though a provisional date for the Symposium was once then determined, it didn't occur to prevent overlapping with different lAO actions. on the consultation of fee 10 in Sydney -on the social gathering of the XVth lAO normal meeting in 1973 -we repeated our inspiration and forwarded the invitation of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences to arrange the Symposium in Prague. either have been approved. through the discussions concerning the programme of the Symposium -enthusiastically promoted through the overdue president of fee 10, Prof. ok. O. Kiepenheuer -it was once determined to alter somewhat its topic. The theoreti cal difficulties have been under pressure and the vast majority of the clinical Organizing Committee agreed to not care for short-lived phenomena of the sun job or with person lively areas. Symposium No. seventy one was once held in Prague from August 25 to August 29, 1975. Its Organizing Committee consisted of V. Bumba (Chairman), W. Deinzer, R. G. Giovanelli, R. Howard, ok. O. Kiepenheuer, M. Kopecky, T. Krause, M. Kuperus, G.
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Also, these measurements generally cover the solar surface, so that the influence by small-scale velocity fields is greatly reduced. The same sort of temporal variations seen earlier are also seen in these photoelectric measurements. Variations in the rotation rate may occur in a period of a few days, or over a month or two. In addition, there is some evidence for a secular change in the rotation rate of the Sun. The nature of the 22 ROBERT HOWARD AND HIROKAZU YOSHIMURA variations seen by Howard and Harvey (1970) is not clear since, in their method, data over the full disk are used and fitted by a least-squares technique to a functional form of the differential rotation, including an approximation to the radial dependence on the disk of the limb redshift.
M. A. Abstract. From May 1972 to October 1973, daily measures were obtained of EUV coronal hole areas appearing at the central meridian. Autocorrelations of these coronal hole area time series provide synodic rotation periods which indicate an almost rigid rotation by such features for lag lengths as short as one rotation. The rotation periods of coronal holes at high latitudes best compare with inferred interplanetary field rotation periods. In view of the complexity of the rotational characteristics of solar phenomena and because of the possible link between coronal holes and large-scale magnetic field structure, it seems important to determine the rotational properties of coronal holes.
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