RADIOASTROPHYSICAL DEPARTMENT • INSTITUTE OF SOLAR-TERRESTRIAL PHYSICS RAS SB
The SSRT automatic data processing is started.
The hybrid method of images restoration is applied to data processing, including multiscale CLEAN (MSCLEAN) and the adaptive filtration algorithm of the CLEAN errors.
Examples of images in intensity (I) and circular polarisation (V) on May, 14th, 2011:
Radioastrophysical Department, Institute of Solar-Terrestrial Physics, Siberian Division, Russian Academy of Science. Staff of Department total staff: 75, including 19 Doctors of Science, 4 researchers and 21 engineers. Bd-monitoring Daily extrapolation 3d magnetic structure from Kitt Peak full-disk magnitograms. On-line Data Processing Center
RADIOASTROPHYSICAL DEPARTMENT STRUCTURE
Head of Radioastrophisycal Department Dr. Sergey V. Lesovoi
Siberian solar radio telescope data at 5.7 GHz in I&V
SOHO EIT 171 SOHO EIT 195
SOHO EIT 304 MDI Continuum MDI Magnetogram
The Siberian Solar Radio Telescope (SSRT) is among the largest astronomical instruments. It is located in a wooded picturesque valley separating two mountain ridges of the Eastern Sayan Mountains, 220 km from Irkutsk. It is a crossed interferometer, consisting of two arrays of 128 x 128 parabolic antennas 2.5 meters in diameter each, spaced equidistantly at 4.9 meters and oriented in the E-W and N-S directions. The main maxima of the radio telescope's multidirectional beam are arranged at intervals in some excess of the Sun's apparent size at the instrument's working wavelengths l = 5,2 sm. The length of each linear baselines of the interferometer is 622.3 meters. more >>
SOLAR EJECTION MOVIE
Ejection of a prominence visible on the solar disk recorded by the SSRT (5.7 GHz) on September 4, 2000 from 04:52 to 06:17 UT