Solar prominences

United States, 1948

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Presents observations, during the period of 140 hours, at a specially designed solar telescope recording the activities of gaseous clouds near the sun’s surface. The types of prominences included are quiescent, spot, cap, quasi-eruptive, and loop or fountain.


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Audio Visual Education Center, University of Michigan

McMath-Hulbert Observatory






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