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Alfio Bonanno
07:37
Travis, the answer is YES!
Travis Metcalfe
08:52
Depends a little on the definition of a solar-type star, but generally I agree!
Alfio Bonanno
09:18
:))))
Allen Wang
24:48
Is there a research group dedicated to the solar corona?
Gilly (he/him) - SPA/SHINE Student Rep
28:36
Students: I just got an additional slack channel made for "students-only," please join us there for more student-directed conversation and support. :)
Gilly (he/him) - SPA/SHINE Student Rep
28:38
https://join.slack.com/share/zt-r6oah193-88kw~ESC6JHWpZgDBbDlAQ
Alfio Bonanno
31:50
I suggest to focus on DR on corona
Allen Wang
32:47
👍
Todd Hoeksema
34:25
That’s an interesting idea. The corona generally reflects larger-scale magnetic patterns on the surface. How they rotate is tied to the emergence and evolution of the structures in the surface.
Shea A. Hess Webber (she/her)
35:06
sounds like an interesting Surface Links working group...
Alfio Bonanno
35:53
Coronal holes show DR. How is this info linked to interior DR?
Shea A. Hess Webber (she/her)
36:57
@Alfio I love that question! Coronal holes are near and dear to my heart, even as a helioseismologist. That's essentially the question that drove my dissertation!
Todd Hoeksema
37:26
Right. Does the reduced DR in Coronal holes reflect a deeper seated pattern - or does it results from the natural evolution of flux on the surface. There’s evidence for both.
Alfio Bonanno
37:45
grazie Shea. I have been thinking to this problem since my first dynamo model...
Sushant Mahajan
59:33
can you comment on how to constrain stellar convective overturn timescale from observations?
Lisa Upton
01:02:02
http://coffies.stanford.edu/news-events.html
Nick Featherstone
01:02:53
For nice m ovies: https://osf.io/qbt32/
Alfio Bonanno
01:04:45
Thanks! I have to leave now. All the best
Gilly (he/him) - SPA/SHINE Student Rep
01:04:48
bye!
Onyinye Gift Nwankwo
01:04:59
Bye!