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the branch of astronomy that deals with the sun

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Kane, "Prediction of the sunspot maximum of solar cycle 23 by extrapolation of spectral components," Solar Physics, vol.
Bruner et al., "The soft X-ray telescope for the SOLAR-A mission," Solar Physics, vol.
Mario Girolamo Fracastoro born; an Italian astronomer; Director of the Catania Observatory 1956-'68; Director of the Pinto Torinese observatory; studied solar physics.
12, 2012, Habbal will be in Palm Cove, Australia, to deliver a keynote speech at a solar physics conference sponsored in part by NASA's Living with a Star Program.
"The solar cycle is maybe going into hiatus, sort of like a summertime TV show," said National Solar Observatory associate director Frank Hill, the lead author of a scientific presentation at a solar physics conference in New Mexico.
The HEK is designed to catalog interesting solar events and features and to present them to members of the solar physics community in such a way that guides them to the most relevant data for their purposes.
The contributions of Skylab to solar physics and space medicine, particularly the study of weightlessness, revolutionized both disciplines.
Launched in 2006 from Japan as Solar B to advance understanding of solar physics, Hinode ("sunrise") became the space mission's formal name after its first successful orbit.
He has written many manuscripts on subjects related to solar physics and a fundamental theory to explain inertia.
In the final article, a virtual solar-terrestrial observatory uses the semantic web to provide access to observational data sets from fields spanning upper atmospheric terrestrial physics to solar physics. To do this they designed an extensible ontology for solar-terrestrial physics.
The most widely publicized group was a National Aeronautics and Space Administration team that conducted solar physics experiments during the March 2006 solar eclipse.
Similarly, biology and our very existence stands on the shoulders of the solar physics that created matter, and therefore, the planets that give us the notion of space and time instead of voidness or emptiness.
Modern solar physics programs (such as NASA's Living with a Star effort) are practical and oriented toward space weather prediction; but they also help us see our home--the solar system--as a single large place, tied together by weather patterns like the large storm fronts that roll across our own planet.