‘Quantized’ dimensions of sunspots and penumbra phenomenon View Full Text


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1993-08

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Metod Saniga

ABSTRACT

Imposing the constraint that a penumbral filament of the Abelian Higgs sunspots is formed only in the case if an ‘angular’ gradient of the corresponding Higgs field distribution, ∇H, exceeds a certain value, ∇C, it is shown that the outer penumbral radius of ap-fold quantized sunspot must attain afixed value - ap-multiple of theelementary radiusR0. It is rather intriguing to observe that takingR0 ≈ 250 km one finds that the observed grouping of the dimensions of sunspots around values 20, 27, 36, 45, and 56 × 103 km corresponds in our theory top =n(n + 1) withn = 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10, respectively. Finally, one argues that ∇C may be of such value that it is everywhere greater than ∇H for spots carryingp More... »

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301-304

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf00658153

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