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Paper: Second Solar Spectrum Observations with ZIMPOL
Volume: 526, Solar Polarization Workshop 8
Page: 223
Authors: Bianda, M.; Ramelli, R.; Gisler, D.; Belluzzi, L.; Carlin, E. S.
Abstract: The observational activity of IRSOL takes advantage of the high-precision instrumentation available, and of the possibility to carry out programs requiring observing time spread over weeks or months. Particular attention is paid to scattering polarization signals modified by the Hanle effect in spectral lines. Several programs at IRSOL are also aimed at getting the technical know-how necessary to exploit the potentialities of the new generation of large-aperture solar telescopes, which will provide observations with unprecedented spatial and temporal resolution without sacrificing spectropolarimetric sensitivity. In this contribution, we provide a brief description of some projects that are presently carried out at IRSOL.
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