Observations of NOAA 8210 Using MOF and DHC of Kanzelhöhe Solar Observatory
Two new instruments have recently been introduced at Kanzelhohe Solar Observatory: the Magneto-Optical Filter (MOF), a compact imaging Doppler-magnetograph and the Digital Hα Camera (DHC). In 1998, these instruments were first used in high-cadence mode to support a SOHO/UVCS campaign. During this campaign, NOAA 8210 rotated onto the disk, evolved rapidly and produced several major flares. Furthermore, we point out the perspectives for our planned Flare Monitoring and Alerting System, since the two new instruments are crucial components for this program.
KeywordsExplosive Flare Fibril
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