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Seminar by Physics and Math Major Jacob E Brown

Mar 2, 2009

Emerging active regions on the sun

Speaker: Jacob Brown
Date: March 06, 2009 (Friday)
Time: 4 PM
Room: 205 Currens Hall


Active regions on the Sun, is one of the unique features of the Sun's Magnetic field. As the sun rotates flux tubes come through the suns surface and create these active regions. In this talk, I will be focusing on when the active regions are first emerging from below the surface of the sun and how different features of the active regions emergence are interacting with each other to explain why they do what they do.

About the speaker:

Jacob Brown is a physics and mathematics major student from the Department of Physics, Western Illinois University.

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