Some problems of asymmetry of coronal spectral lines
|1Mamedov, SG, 2Kuli-Zade, DM, 1Ismailli, RF |
1Nasir al-Din al-Tusi Shamakhi Astrophysical Observatory, Pirqulu, Azerbaijan
2Baku State University of Azerbaijan, Baku, Azerbaijan
|Kinemat. fiz. nebesnyh tel (Online) 2015, 31(5):49-60|
|Start Page: Solar Physics|
— In the study of the asymmetry of the coronal lines researcher trying to determine as accurately as possible the location of the center line. In this paper we investigate the influence of the secondary component on the position of the center of the main profile and the effect of the erroneous position of the center on the value of the asymmetry. It is shown that the secondary profile can shift the center of the main profile by the value δυ
|Keywords: asymmetry of coronal spectral lines, solar physics|
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