CAOSP abstracts, Volume: 25, year: 1995
- Author(s): KLOCOK, L.; RUSIN, V.
- Journal: Contributions of the Astronomical Observatory Skalnate Pleso,
vol. 25, p. 117-119.
- Date: 09/1995
- Title: Shape and structure of the corona during the November 3, 1994 eclipse
- Keyword(s): SUN, CORONA, ECLIPSES
- Pages: 117 -- 119
A brief description of the scientific goals and preliminary results related
to the 3 November 1994 eclipse at Putre is given. The white-light corona was
of minimum type with two large helmet streamers seen up to 7 - 8 solar radii,
and located around the solar equator in the E- and W-limbs. Coronal holes and
plumes are located around the solar poles.
Full text version of this article in