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By Jørgen Christensen-Dalsgaard (auth.), Jørgen Christensen-Dalsgaard, Søren Frandsen (eds.)

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Helio- and asteroseismology learn the internal of the sunlight and different stars, via observations of oscillations on their surfaces. The final 10 years within the examine of the sunlight inside, to a has witnessed a truly fast evolution aspect the place we will be able to now think about investigating the actual kingdom of subject, or the main points of rotation and different large-scale movement, within the solar. The stellar reports are in a few respects on the element of the sunlight experiences 10 years in the past, yet look poised to take off. therefore the time was once deemed ripe for lAO Symposium No 123, to evaluate the current prestige of this paintings, and plan for its destiny improvement. except the seismic info, few observations can be found to supply information regarding stellar interiors. designated reports, by means of spectral research, will be made up of stellar floor houses, together with atmospheric temperature and chemical composition. in spite of the fact that, the stellar radiative spectrum is sort of fullyyt mounted via the mass, luminosity, radius and floor rotation of the famous person, and comprises basically no different information regarding the internal. a massive attempt of stellar evolution thought is supplied via observations of stel­ lar clusters, whose participants can quite be assumed to have a similar age and chemical composition. the site of such stars in a HR diagram, the place luminosity is plotted opposed to the potent temperature, can approximately be understood by way of stellar evolution calculations.

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1976). , 1984) which was independently detected in Doppler velocity measurements by Brookes et al. (1976), Scherrer et a1. (1979), Grec et ale (1980) and recently in the solar diameter measurements by Hill et ale (1985). A detailed analysis of the available data indicates that the 160-min oscillations may correspond to spherical harmonic 1=3 (Kosovichev and Severny, 1986). Our observations made in 1983-1985 fully confirm the presence of 160-min oscillations with stable initial phase. 0000 min, see Figure 1a.

80 ~, these are presently associated with the motion of lazge scale solar surface features and rotational splitting of the 1-1 -=xies respectively. syet_tic analysis of the '-1 lines of n values between 16 1981-84 yields the results illustrated in Pigure 3. tic changes occur from year to year. 03 ~ 27 SPLITTING OF THE LOW Q SOLAR p MODES ,. t fI I j I 0·6 0·4 0 o o 0 t o 0 0 f o tt t ! o o 0·8 ,. 4 o 0 ! I If! Itt I t o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0·2 0·2 16 28 24 20 16 28 24 20 N :r ::a.. ;; :: t ! ! II Ii I !

The final source of drift considered is differential atmospheric extinction across the disk. This amounts to a few m/s near sunrise and sunset, and can be computed from observed intensity. Sky transparency variations can produce spurious signals at higher frequencies which can not be simply removed. The combination of these sources of drift accounts for most of the daily trends in the data. They all change slowly through the day and affect the observed spectrum at frequencies below about 60 ~. In the present analysis these drifts are removed in three ways.

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