Philip Judge

Vector Magnetic Field Measurements Along A Cooled Stereo-Imaged Coronal Loop

Observed and inverted Stokes spectra
Tuesday, August 8, 2017

The variation of the vector magnetic field along structures in the solar corona remains unmeasured. 

Atomic Physics and Modern Solar Spectro-Polarimetry

Minimally processed Stokes spectra are shown for the 709.0 nm region
Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Observational solar physics is entering a new era with the advent of new 1.5 m class telescopes with adaptive optics, as well as the Daniel K. Inouye 4 m telescope which will become operational in 2019. Major outstanding problems in solar physics all relate to the solar magnetic field.

Are All Flare Ribbons Simply Connected to the Corona?

Magnetic data are shown for active region 11890
Friday, July 21, 2017

We consider the observational basis for the belief that flare ribbons in the chromosphere result from energy transport from the overlying corona. We study ribbons of modest flares using magnetic as well as intensity data from the Hinode, SDO and IRIS missions.

On the Fine Structure Splitting of the 3p43d4D5/2 and 3p43d4D7/2 Levels of FE X

Raw S082B image with wavelength scale
Friday, July 21, 2017

We study UV spectra obtained with the SO82-B slit spectrograph on board SKYLAB to estimate the fine structure splitting of the Cl-like 3p43d4D5/2 and 3p43d4D7/2 levels of Fe X.

Editor in Chief of Open Astronomy, a flagship for open publishing

In late February 2017, Senior Scientist Philip Judge was contacted by Ewa Chmielewska, Managing Editor at De Gruyter Open, a scientific publisher of its own and third-party journals. To his great surprise, Ewa invited Philip to become Editor-In-Chief of the online journal Open Astronomy.

On the Fine Structure Splitting of the 3p43d4D5/2 and 3p43d4D7/2 Levels of FE X

Raw S082B image with wavelength scale
Thursday, October 20, 2016

We study UV spectra obtained with the SO82-B slit spectrograph on board SKYLAB to estimate the fine structure splitting of the Cl-like 3p43d4D5/2 and 3p43d4D7/2 levels of Fe X.

Philip Judge collaborates with Fudan University, China

Photograph of Fudan University, China

HAO Senior Scientist Philip Judge spent three weeks at China's Fudan University in October 2015. As an official Visiting Researcher, Philip worked with his host Roger Hutton, and recent graduate Wenxian Li, on magnetically sensitive emission lines formed in the solar corona.

Collaborating with Fudan University

HAO Senior Scientist Philip Judge spent three weeks at China's Fudan University in October 2015. As an official Visiting Researcher, Philip worked with his host Roger Hutton, and recent graduate Wenxian Li, on magnetically sensitive emission lines formed in the solar corona.

HAO Solar-Stellar Workshop

Graphic of calcium S index data

Dr. Philip Judge, convened the HAO Solar-Stellar Workshop on March 19-20 at the High Altitude Observatory of NCAR in Boulder.

HAO Astrophysicist, Philip Judge Captures Operatic Dreams

Phil performing as the Duke of Verona

Phil is a Senior Scientist in the High Altitude Observatory (HAO) at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). His research interests include plasma physics, spectroscopy and spectro-polarimetry.

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