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|Title:||An overview of the conference|
|Keywords:||Sun;Structure - Sun;Oscillations - helioseismology|
|Publisher:||Astronomical Society of India|
|Citation:||BASI, Vol.24 No. 2 pp. 379-390|
|Abstract:||An eminent solar physicist has been quoted as saying that " despite exquisite images we have of the Sun's surface, we know almost nothing about its interior" (Browne 1995). The conference offered an excellent opportunity to test this statement. It left at least the present author with an impression that our current knowledge about the solar interior is not quite as limited as indicated, although it did raise, without properly answering, the question of the true meaning of "knowledge" in this context. Also, many, perhaps most, of the questions raised in the introductory review by Roxburgh cannot yet be said to be fully answered. Thus there is certainly much more to learn.|
|Appears in Collections:||BASI Publications|
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