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    • Database management system of hundred-year solar filament image archives

      DONG-YI TAO SHENG ZHENG SHU-GUANG ZENG GANG-HUA LIN LIN-HUA DENG GAO-FEI ZHU JUN ZHOU XIAO-YU LUO

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      Studying solar filaments can help in understanding the distribution of large-scale field in the solar atmosphere and provide useful insights into the nature of the solar magnetic field. Recently, the National Astronomical Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences has collected huge volumes of data about solarfilaments from several international observing stations for nearly 100 years. Designing a database, as well as establishing a networked tool for making the best of it, are necessary to provide efficient and convenient accessto the data for researchers. In this study, we introduce a solar filament database, involving digital image data of nearly 45 terabytes, based on MySQL and a data management platform named database management system of hundred years of solar filament archives (http://faste.ctgu.edu.cn) that adopts Browser/Server mode and is written in the Java programming language. From this data system, users can realise multi-property query on the basis of demands, download data under multiple conditions, perform visual query for information on one single filament, view long-term data statistics of filament properties, and implement extensions and management of the database.

    • Chinese sunspot drawings and their digitization 2 (IV) differential rotation profile determined from hand-drawing records

      XIAO-YU LUO YANG PENG SHENG ZHENG SHU-GUANG ZENG LIN-HUA DENG YONG-LI FENG JIN-PING TAO

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      It is necessary to better understand the dynamic process of solar differential rotation. Here the hand-drawing sunspot group records from 1958 to 2015 of Yunnan Observatories (YNAO) are used to study the solar rotation profile. Firstly, the rotation profile in each solar cycle 19-23 is calculated. Secondly, therotation parameters (equatorial rotation velocity A and differential gradient B) of YNAO are compared with the well-known earlier results. Finally, the rotation parameters in the northern and southern hemispheres during each solar cycle 19-23 are summarized. The main conclusions we reached are as follows: (1) The average difference of the equatorial rotation velocity and differential gradient, between YNAO sunspot and other sunspot datasets, are 0.09 and 0.4, respectively. (2) The magnitudes of the gradient B in the northern hemisphere are larger than that in the southern hemisphere at even-number cycles, and it will approximately reverse at odd-number cycles.

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