By Mike Inglis
This is often the 1st of a two-volume set that care for the complete Milky approach. this primary quantity appears to be like at what could be noticeable predominantly from the Northern Skies. as well as the descriptive textual content, there are lots of famous person charts and maps, in addition to the newest updated pictures made through observatories world wide and in house, in addition to photos taken through novice astronomers.
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Cremades & Bothmer (2004) pointed out, that CMEs originate from magnetic loop/flux rope systems that already existed in the low corona at heights below about 1 solar radii and that they expand in a self-similar manner into the field of view (∼2–6 RS ) of the LASCO/C2 coronagraph. In the bottom right image of Fig. 18 the identified source region of the CME is located in a composite SoHO/EIT/MDI image. The purple and blue colors denote regions of opposite magnetic field polarity in the photosphere.
Htm. I thank all the members of the SoHO/LASCO/EIT/MDI consortium who built the instruments and provided the data used in this paper. LASCO, EIT and MDI images are courtesy of SOHO consortium. SoHO is a project of international cooperation between ESA and NASA. The CME Catalogue is generated and maintained by NASA and The Catholic University of America in cooperation with the Naval Research Laboratory. I acknowledge the use of Hα data from the Observatory of Meudon. NSO/Kitt Peak data shown are produced cooperatively by NSF/NO AO, NASA/GSFC and NOAA/SEL.
Astronomy of the Milky Way: Part 1: Observer's Guide to the Northern Sky (Patrick Moore's Practical Astronomy Series) (Pt.1) by Mike Inglis