Helioseismology with PICARD
|Titre||Helioseismology with PICARD|
|Type de publication||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2013|
|Auteurs||Corbard, T, Salabert, D, Boumier, P, Appourchaux, T, Hauchecorne, A, Journoud, P, Nunge, A, Gelly, B, Hochedez, JF, Irbah, A, Meftah, M, Renaud, C, Turck-Chieze, S|
|Journal||Journal of Physics Conference SeriesJournal of Physics Conference Series|
|Date Published||June 1, 2013|
PICARD is a CNES micro-satellite launched in June 2010 . Its main goal is to measure the solar shape, total and spectral irradiance during the ascending phase of the activity cycle. The SODISM telescope onboard PICARD also allows us to conduct a program for helioseismology in intensity at 535.7 nm . One-minute cadence low-resolution full images are available for a so-called medium-l program, and high-resolution images of the limb recorded every 2 minutes are used to study mode amplification near the limb in the perspective of g-mode search. First analyses and results from these two programs are presented here.