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Title: Seismic probing of the solar core
Authors: Dziembowski, W. A
Keywords: Sun;Interior - Sun;Oscillations
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: Astronomical Society of India
Citation: BASI, Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 133-142
Abstract: Only a small fraction of the solar p-modes have frequencies with any measurable sensitivity to the core structure. Nevertheless an accurate seismic sounding with such modes alone is possible. This requires a high-precision measurement of mode frequencies and a proper method of inversion. The important aspects here are elimination of the uncertainties concerning the outermost layers and making best use of a priori information about structural variables. Current data allow us to achieve an accuracy in pressure and density determination at the level of 1 percent in the bulk of the core. Results of helioseismic inversions support the standard picture of solar evolution.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2248/1800
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