By E. N. Parker (auth.), V. Bumba, J. Kleczek (eds.)
Our first try to manage a Symposium on sun task used to be made on the lAO basic meeting in Brighton 1970. There, on the consultation of fee 10, we proposed to prepare a Symposium which might tension the observational facets of sunlight job. It used to be our wish that one of these Symposium may well stimulate stories of these very important difficulties in sunlight physics which for a very long time were ignored in total clinical dialogue. even though a provisional date for the Symposium used to be then made up our minds, it didn't happen to prevent overlapping with different lAO actions. on the consultation of fee 10 in Sydney -on the party of the XVth lAO normal meeting in 1973 -we repeated our suggestion and forwarded the invitation of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences to arrange the Symposium in Prague. either have been authorised. through the discussions in regards to the programme of the Symposium -enthusiastically promoted by means of the past due president of fee 10, Prof. ok. O. Kiepenheuer -it used to be made up our minds to alter a little bit its topic. The theoreti cal difficulties have been under pressure and the vast majority of the clinical Organizing Committee agreed to not take care of short-lived phenomena of the sunlight task or with person lively areas. Symposium No. seventy one was once held in Prague from August 25 to August 29, 1975. Its Organizing Committee consisted of V. Bumba (Chairman), W. Deinzer, R. G. Giovanelli, R. Howard, ok. O. Kiepenheuer, M. Kopecky, T. Krause, M. Kuperus, G.
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