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Prominence observations with ALMA
Frontiers in Astronomy and Space Sciences
This review comes at the time when ALMA successfully obtained the first regular observations of both a prominence and a filament. These observations have a spatial resolution of 1-2 arcsec, far better than previous prominence observations in the mm/sub-mm radio domain. The achieved resolution is compatible with the cotemporal ground-based coronagraphic observations in the hydrogen Hα line that accompany the ALMA Band 3 prominence observations. A core part of this review is the description anddoi:10.3389/fspas.2022.983707 fatcat:dtlxfa6nwba4nf2a4a3drqvez4