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The study of the localized plasma conditions before the impulsive phase of a solar flare can help us understand the physical processes that occur leading up to the main flare energy release. We have studied the GOES soft X-ray data in flare...
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The chromospheric hydrogen Lyα line at 1216Å is the brightest emission line in the solar spectrum, and yet studies of solar flares at this wavelength have been scarce in the literature over the past 50 years. The study of Lyα is important for...
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Recent observations of slow surface sausage modes in a photospheric magnetic pore have been shown to be heavily damped. Numerical calculations have shown that electrical resistivity plays a significant role in this damping process. We make an...
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Observations of solar pores (Gilchrist-Millar et al. 2020) show that the pores are suitable guides for magnetoacoustic waves. However, the dissipation of wave energy flux with height inside the pores is still unexpectedly high, the reason being...