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Paper: IBIS: High-Resolution Multi-Height Observations and Magnetic Field Retrieval
Volume: 463, 2nd ATST-EAST Workshop in Solar Physics: Magnetic Fields from the Photosphere to the Corona
Page: 33
Authors: Del Moro, D..; Berrilli, F.; Stangalini, M.; Giannattasio, F.; Piazzesi, R.; Giovannelli, L.; Viticchiè, B.; Vantaggiato, M.; Sobotka, M.; Jurčák, J.; Criscuoli, S.; Giorgi, F.; Zuccarello, F.
Abstract: IBIS (Interferometric BIdimensional Spectrometer) allows us to measure the four Stokes parameters in several spectroscopic lines with high spatial and spectral resolutions. With this information, we can retrieve both the dynamics and the magnetic field at different layers of the Photosphere and Chromosphere. The high spectral, spatial and temporal resolutions and the polarimetric sensitivity of IBIS allows us to study different phenomena taking place in the solar atmosphere with new tools. As an example, we highlight some applications of IBIS observations and analysis:
· Radiative and dynamical properties of Photospheric Bright Points versus their magnetic field concentration.
· Close up analysis of magnetic, velocity and temperature field in a solar pore.
· MHD wave propagation from the photosphere to the chromosphere in complex magnetic configuration.
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