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Fig. 3.


Panel a: normalized continuum intensity map as observed by the Hinode SOT/SP in AR 10930. The red markers indicate the location of 845 pixels where the SPINOR 2D inversions return B ≥ 5 kG at log(τ) = 0, of which 226 harbor fields larger than 7 kG at log(τ) = 0 (yellow markers, also named in the text such as large-field-pixels or LFPs). The blue markers highlight the location of two LFPs (“+”: LFP 1, “×”: LFP 2) selected to test the robustness of our inversion solutions (see text). The arrow points towards the solar-disk center. Panel b: scatter plot of the magnetic field inclination in the local reference frame γLRF (after removal of the field azimuth ambiguity through the NPFC method) vs. the line-of-sight velocity vLOS, from SPINOR 2D at log(τ) = 0, for the 226 LFPs.

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