These are characteristic details of the solar surface, not visible with a current telescope and with the spectroheliograph.
Observations of the chromosphere in very narrow wavelengths, corresponding to the hydrogen and calcium emissions, have revealed a true network formed by light and dark spots, which is thought to be due to incandescent gas flows subject to strong magnetic fields.
Clear flocs are predominantly composed of calcium; The dark ones of hydrogen.
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