topological nontriviality
topology
aone-arm prominence
spot-connected prominence forms
Higgs model
Sunspot-connected prominences
1992-11-01
center
vacuum
region
en
model
Higgs vacuum
109-120
anon-trivial topology
opposite direction
arm
side
different types
types
prominence forms
Abelian Higgs model
2021-12-01T19:08
spot's Higgs vacuum
conclusion
charge
direction
itsdiscontinuity
Sunspot-connected prominences as manifestation of a topological nontriviality of the spot Higgs vacuum within an Abelian Higgs model
topological charge
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thephase
https://doi.org/10.1007/bf00645076
one-half
magnitude
nontriviality
Higgs field
We demonstrate that aspot-connected prominence (filament) can simply be viewed as manifestation of anon-trivial topology of the spot's Higgs vacuum. It is conjectured that the spot-connected prominence forms in the region where thephase of the Higgs field, describing sunspot, has itsdiscontinuity. A conclusion is arrived at that two topologically different types of prominences associated with sunspots might exist; aone-arm prominence, entering the spot from one side only, and a two-arm one, which points towards the spot's center from two opposite directions and whose each arm carries a topological charge whose magnitude is one-half of that carried by the former.
false
article
prominence
spot center
aspot-connected prominence
1992-11
sunspots
form
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spots
manifestations
field
articles
two-arm one
Metod
Saniga
dimensions_id
pub.1001892645
doi
10.1007/bf00645076
197
Astronomical and Space Sciences
0004-640X
Astrophysics and Space Science
1572-946X
Springer Nature
Astronomical Institute, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Tatranská Lomnica, Czechoslovakia
Astronomical Institute, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Tatranská Lomnica, Czechoslovakia
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