Advances in Global and Local Helioseismology: an Introductory Review
by Alexander G. Kosovichev
Publisher: arXiv 2011
Number of pages: 86
Helioseismology studies the structure and dynamics of the Sun's interior by observing oscillations on the surface. The basic principles, recent advances and perspectives of global and local helioseismology are reviewed in this text.
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