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Mount Wilson Observatory H22

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Mount Wilson Observatory H22

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Iron doublet (6301-72) and triplet (6302-71) in two spot spectra
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The Hale Observatories, courtesy of AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives

Iron doublet (6301-72) and triplet (6302-71) in two spot spectra, showing field strengths of 2900 and 4500 gauss, respectively;

Fig. 7. 'Solar Vertices and Magnetic Fields' presented to Royal Institution of Great Britain Weekly Evening Meeting, Friday May 14, 1909.

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