Development of a new analysis technique to measure low radial-order p modes in spatially-resolved helioseismic data
|Titre||Development of a new analysis technique to measure low radial-order p modes in spatially-resolved helioseismic data|
|Type de publication||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2008|
|Auteurs||Salabert, D, Leibacher, JW, Appourchaux, T|
|Journal||Journal of Physics Conference SeriesJournal of Physics Conference Series|
|Date Published||October 1, 2008|
In order to take full advantage of the long time series collected by the GONG and MDI helioseismic projects, we present here an adaptation of the rotation-corrected m-averaged spectrum technique in order to observe low radial-order solar p modes. Modeled profiles of the solar rotation demonstrated the potential advantage of such a technique [1, 2, 3]. Here we develop a new analysis procedure which finds the best estimates of the shift of each m of a given (n, ι) multiplet, commonly expressed as an expansion in a set of orthogonal polynomials, which yield the narrowest mode in the m-averaged spectrum. We apply the technique to the GONG data for modes with 1 <= ι <= 25 and show that it allows us to measure lower-frequency modes than with classic peak-fitting analysis of the individual-m spectra.