Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía (IAA-CSIC)

 

Calendar

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September 10th-13th, 2018
"Hinode 12, the many suns"Granada, Spain
June 11th-15th, 2018
"EST science meeting"Giardini Naxos, Italy

Past Events

June 20th-22th, 2017
"VI Solar Physics and Heliosphere Spanish Meeting", Mérida, Spain
July 10th-12th, 2017
"Solar Orbiter Systems Operation Working Group meeting", ESAC, Villafranca del Castillo, (Madrid), Spain

Instrumentation

SO/PHI@Solar Orbiter
IMaX@Sunrise

The Sun Now

Latest image from Helioviewer.org.
Latest image from Helioviewer.org.

 News

The solar physics group at IAA-CSIC organizes the "Hinode 12 meeting - September 10th 2018

The meeting gathers the most important solar physicists in the world

Magnetized sun, magnetic sun- June 10th 2018

The short documentary "Magnetized sun, magnetic sun", produced by the Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía, is already available on the web.

Spanish Instrument IMax analises in detail the Sun's behaviour at full activity - 6 june 2017

IMaX is a magnetograph developed for the SUNRISE mission, which observed the Sun from a stratospheric Balloon at the Artic

 

International experts meet in Granada to talk about the scientific goals of the Solar Orbiter mission - 3 april 2017

Solar Orbiter will study both, the Solar Physics and the influence of the Sun in the Interplanetary medium

SO/PHI Electric Funcional Model (EFM) Delivery - 14 september 2016

The Electric Funcional Model has been delivered to Airbus Defense and Space in Stevenage

 SPG Publications

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Spectropolarimetric Evidence for a Siphon Flow along an Emerging Magnetic Flux Tube
I. S. Requerey et al. 2017, ApJS 229 15

 

Convectively Driven Sinks and Magnetic Fields in the Quiet-Sun
I. S. Requerey et al. 2017, ApJS 229 14

Emergence of granular-sized magnetic bubbles through the solar atmosphere. III. The path to the transition region
A. Ortiz et al. 2016, ApJ 825 93

The Solar Internetwork. II. Flux Appearance and Disappearance Rates
M. Gosic et al. 2016, ApJ 820 35

Long-term trends of magnetic bright points. I. Number of magnetic bright points at disc centre
D. Utz et al. 2016, A&A 585 39