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Exploring the solar poles: the last great frontier of the sun

Nandy, D. ORCID:, Banerjee, D. ORCID:, Bhowmik, P. ORCID:, Brun, A. S. ORCID:, Cameron, R. H. ORCID:, Gibson, S. E. ORCID:, Hanasoge, S. ORCID:, Harra, L. ORCID:, Hassler, D. M. ORCID:, Jain, R. ORCID:, Jiang, J. ORCID:, Jouve, L. ORCID:, Mackay, D. H. ORCID:, Mahajan, S. S. ORCID:, Mandrini, C. H. ORCID:, Owens, M. ORCID:, Pal, S. ORCID:, Pinto, R. F. ORCID:, Saha, C. ORCID:, Sun, X. ORCID: , Tripathi, D. ORCID: and Usoskin, I. G. ORCID: (2023) Exploring the solar poles: the last great frontier of the sun. Bulletin of the AAS, 55 (3). ISSN 0002-7537

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To link to this item DOI: 10.3847/25c2cfeb.1160b0ef


Observations of the Sun’s poles is fundamental to understanding and predicting the solar cycle, constraining polar kilo-Gauss flux patches and plasma jets and illuminating the origin of the fast solar wind. This white paper argues the case for novel out-of-ecliptic observations of the Sun’s polar region in conjunction with existing or future multi-vantage point heliospheric observatories.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Science > School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences > Department of Meteorology
ID Code:113174
Publisher:AAS Publishing


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