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Temporal variations of solar Rossby wave properties

Published on:

8 February 2024

Primary Category:

Solar and Stellar Astrophysics

Paper Authors:

B. Lekshmi,

Laurent Gizon,

Kiran Jain,

Zhi-Chao Liang,

Jordan Philidet

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Mode parameters from GONG and HMI data are consistent over 2010-2020 overlap

Power and frequency of modes m=6-10 vary significantly over time

Averaged mode power correlates positively with sunspot number

Averaged frequency shift anti-correlates strongly with sunspot number

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Temporal variations of solar Rossby wave properties

This paper analyzes almost two decades of data to study how the power and frequency of solar Rossby waves with azimuthal orders of 6-10 change over time. It finds consistent results between GONG and HMI data, and that averaged mode power correlates positively while frequency correlates negatively with the solar cycle.

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