Giuliana de Toma

Measuring the magnetic origins of solar flares, CMEs and Space Weather

A UV spectrum of α Cen A
Wednesday, April 21, 2021

We take a broad look at the problem of identifying the magnetic solar causes of space weather.

Partnership Continues with NASA's PSP and MLSO–WHPI

Graphic image of NASA's Parker Solar Probe

Beginning in January 2021, there are new plans underway for continued coordinated efforts between NASA's PSP seventh perihelion and the WHPI campaign.

Giuliana de Toma

Giuliana de Toma is a Project Scientist in the High Altitude Observatory of NCAR specializing in solar cycle variability and its influence on the corona and heliosphere.

Identifying the Beginnings and Ends of Solar Cycles

Sun surface simulations image
Wednesday, January 4, 2012

HAO scientist's Mausumi Dikpati, Peter Gilman, Giuliana de Toma, and UCLA professor Roger Ulrich find that the latitude at which plasma sinking occurs is very important.

Analyses of solar coronal prominence cavities

Composite image
Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Analyses of solar coronal prominence cavities by an international group of scientists including HAO's Sarah Gibson, Christian Bethge, Giuliana de Toma, Yuhong Fan, HAO visitor Urszula Bak Steslicka and University of Colorado graduate student Don Schmit, has been profiled in a

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