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《中国天文和天体物理学报(英文版)》 2003-01
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The Hβ Chromospheric Magnetic Field in a Quiescent Filament

Xing-Ming Bao and Hong-Qi ZhangNational Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100012; baoxm@sunlO.bao.ac.cn  
We observed the line-of-sight magnetic field in the chromosphereand photosphere of a large quiescent filament on the solar disk on September 6, 2001 using the Solar Magnetic Field Telescope in Huairou Solar Observing Station. The chromospheric and photospheric magnetograms together with Hβ filtergrams of the filament were examined. The filament was located on the neutral line of the large scale longitudinal magnetic field in the photosphere and the chromosphere. The lateral feet of the filament were found to be related to magnetic structures with opposite polarities. Two small lateral feet are linked to weak parasitic polarity. There is a negative magnetic structure in the photosphere under a break of the filament. At the location corresponding to the filament in the chromospheric magnetograms, the magnetic strength is found to be about 40-70 Gauss (measuring error about 39 Gauss). The magnetic signal indicates the amplitude and orientation of the internal magnetic field in the filament. We discuss several possible causes which may produce such a measured signal. A twisted magnetic configuration inside the filament is suggested .
【Fund】: Supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China.
【CateGory Index】: P182
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