Composition of the Solar Interior: Information From Isotope Ratios
The composition of the solar interior was studied. The analysis of the information obtained from isotope ratios was done. The review of the measurements showing that the interior of the Sun, the inner planets, and ordinary meteorites consist mostly of the same elements namely iron, oxygen, silicon, nickel, magnesium, calcium and sulfur was presented.
O. Manuel and S. Friberg, "Composition of the Solar Interior: Information From Isotope Ratios," European Space Agency, (Special Publication) ESA SP (2003, Big Bear Lake, CA), pp. 345-348, European Space Agency, Feb 2003.
SOHO/GONG Conference on Local and Global Helioseismology: The Present and Future (2003: Oct. 30-Nov 3, Big Bear Lake, CA)
Keywords and Phrases
Composition; Isotopes; Luminescence; Planets; Isotope Ratios; Sun
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01 Feb 2003