An overview of the first science from the Sunrise II mission

On June, 2013, a second edition of the Sunrise stratospheric, balloon-borne mission took place from Kiruna (Sweden) to Northern Canada. During these five days, the instruments aboard Sunrise were observing the Sun for long periods of stable conditions. New and interesting science has come out from this second flight, which has been published in a special issue of ApJ Supplement. In this talk, I’ll summarize a bunch of these first results to illustrate the type of science one can do with instruments like IMaX, led by the Solar Physics Group of the IAA-CSIC.

29/06/2017 - 12:30
Dr. Jose Carlos del Toro Iniesta