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Fig. 10


Averaged radial distribution of the magnetic field properties in the observed sunspot: panel a: continuum intensity map with overplotted contours used to calculate azimuthal averages for 14 November 2010. The area above the red line was not included to calculate the azimuthal averages. Panel b: relative continuum intensity (normalized to the quiet Sun) of the sunspot as a function of the normalized radial distance, r/Rspot. Panels cf: radial dependence of B, γ, the vertical component of the magnetic field, Bz, and the transverse component of the magnetic field, Bt, respectively. The black and blue curves correspond to the magnetic field vector derived in the photosphere and upper chromosphere, respectively. The dotted vertical lines in panels bf indicate the umbra-penumbra boundary and the outer boundary of the sunspot.

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