อภิธานศัพท์ฟิสิกส์ (อวกาศ)


อภิธานศัพท์ฟิสิกส์ (อวกาศ)
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SUNSPOT GROUP CLASSIFICATION (Modified Zurich Sunspot Classification)

A - A small single unipolar SUNSPOT or very small group of spots without PENUMBRA. B - Bipolar sunspot group with no penumbra. C - An elongated bipolar sunspot group. One sunspot must have penumbra. D - An elongated bipolar sunspot group with penumbra on both ends of the group. E - An elongated bipolar sunspot group with penumbra on both ends. Longitudinal extent of penumbra exceeds 10 deg. but not 15 deg. F - An elongated bipolar sunspot group with penumbra on both ends. Longitudinal extent of penumbra exceeds 15 deg. H - A unipolar sunspot group with penumbra.
Entry link: SUNSPOT GROUP CLASSIFICATION (Modified Zurich Sunspot Classification)

SUNSPOT NUMBER

A daily index of SUNSPOT activity (R), defined as R = k (10 g + s) where S = number of individual spots, g = number of sunspot groups, and k is an observatory factor.
Entry link: SUNSPOT NUMBER

SURGE

A jet of material from ACTIVE REGIONs that reaches coronal heights and then either fades or returns into the CHROMOSPHERE along the trajectory of ascent.
Entry link: SURGE


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