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8 x 10 K and appears to trace the lowlying magnetic field. Schwenn et al.  have presented s o m e initial observations from C I . In Figure 7 the green line structure during February 1996 is shown. 07 nm spectral band at the core of the Fe XIV green line. , 1997]. These small loops are quite stable, but s h o w continual small-scale motions. T h e impression is that the motions are outward, but no loops are actually seen at these latitudes at higher heights. T h i s may be an observational problem, due to the emission line moving out of the narrow passband of the Fabry-Perot interferometer.
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