- helio- + seismology (Wiktionary)
“The study of the Sun using sound waves is called helioseismology, because it is much like the use of seismic waves to study the interior of the Earth.”
“It was, in effect, an achievement in what solar physicists call helioseismology.”
“This technique, called helioseismology, is similar to how scientists study seismic events like earthquakes on Earth.”
“Hill, together with Rachel Howe, who is also at the NSO, employed two primary instruments in a relatively new science called helioseismology that traces sound waves to reveal conditions in the Sun's interior.”
“Rachel Howe and Frank Hill of the National Solar Observatory (NSO) in Tucson, Arizona, used a technique called helioseismology to detect and track the jet stream down to depths of 7,000 km below the surface of the sun.”
“The advent of helioseismology has made it possible to probe the solar interior and watch these flows evolve as the cycle progresses.”
“In particular, he pioneered solar observations using helioseismology, becoming the first scientist to set up a telescope and observe the sun for 120 continuous hours from a single point on Earth.”
“Solar rhythm: The sun rings like a bell, and that has inspired the new science of helioseismology.”
“The resulting 100-plus hours of continuous solar observations set a new standard for helioseismology -- the study of "sunquakes" and the sun's internal structure.”
“There is a new article on helioseismology this week in Science Daily.”
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