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Recent advances in the understanding of solar flares

proceedings of the U.S.-Japan seminar held at Komaba, Tokyo, 5-8 October 1982

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Published by D. Reidel in Dordrecht, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solar flares -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by S.R. Kane ... [et al.].
    ContributionsKane, Sharad R.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQB526.F6 R42 1983
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 461 p. :
    Number of Pages461
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2807946M
    ISBN 10902771665X
    LC Control Number83240526
    OCLC/WorldCa11091542

    By V. V. Zharkova, K. Arzner, A. O. Benz, P. Browning, C. Dauphin, A. G. Emslie, L. Fletcher, E. P. Kontar, G. Mann, M. Onofri, V. Petrosian, R. Turkmani, N. Vilmer.   Of course, there are more flares during solar maximum conditions than at solar minimum. Most of these flares affect the solar irradiance only in the X-ray region, but sometimes a large flare can affect the solar irradiance over a broad wavelength range up to nm (e.g., Brekke et al., , Meier et al., , Woods et al., ).

      Solar flares are explosions on the surface of the Sun that release an enormous amount of energy, equivalent to a trillion 'Little Boy' atomic bombs exploding at the same time. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (JAMES) which I call “the solar flare myth,” dominates the popular perception of the relationship between solar activity and interplanetary and geomagnetic events and has provided much of the pragmatic rationale for the study of the solar flare phenomenon. —Recent advances in theory.

    Solar flares strongly influence the local space weather in the vicinity of the Earth. They can produce streams of highly energetic particles in the solar wind or stellar wind, known as a solar particle particles can impact the Earth's magnetosphere (see main article at geomagnetic storm), and present radiation hazards to spacecraft and astronauts. Solar flares are large eruptions of electromagnetic radiation from the Sun lasting from minutes to hours. The sudden outburst of electromagnetic energy travels at the speed of light, therefore any effect upon the sunlit side of Earth’s exposed outer atmosphere occurs at the same time the event is observed.


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Recent advances in the understanding of solar flares Download PDF EPUB FB2

These Proceedings result from the papers and discussions of the U.S.-Japan Seminar "Recent Advances in the Understanding of Solar Flares" held in Tokyo OctoberThe meeting was sponsored jointly by the Japan Society for the Promotion of. Get this from a library. Recent advances in the understanding of solar flares: proceedings of the U.S.-Japan seminar held at Komaba, Tokyo, October [Sharad R Kane;].

U.S.-Japan Seminar "Recent Advances in the Understanding of Solar Flares" held in Tokyo OctoberThe meeting was sponsored jointly by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and the u.S. National Science Foundation.

The principal aim of the meeting was to obtain the most up-to-date physical picture of solar flares by bringing. Recent Advances in Understanding Particle Acceleration Processes in Solar Flares Zharkova, V. V.; While these studies show considerable promise in accounting for the various observational manifestations of solar flares, they are limited by a number of factors, mostly relating to available computational power.

Cited by:   Papers are presented on recent research concerning the understanding of solar flares, including the general characteristics of flares; energy transport, and chromospheric heating and evaporation; emission processes and source structure; and high energy photons, nuclear processes, and particle acceleration.

Topics addressed include magnetic theories of solar flares, nonthermal and Author: S. Kane, Y. Uchida, K. Tanaka, H. Hudson. Papers are presented on solar flare discovery, solar flares and magnetic topology, impulsive and hot thermal solar flares, and plasma dynamics at the very initial phases of flares.

Also considered are a magnetodynamic mechanism for loop flares, the propagation and confinement of energetic electrons in solar flares, nuclear processes and accelerated particles in solar flares, and optical. Attention is also given to magnetostatic equilibria in the case of two-ribbon flares, postflare loops, and particle acceleration in solar flares.

Information presented in connection with an introduction is related to the basic description of a flare, recent advances concerning the understanding of the flare phenomenon, earlier theories for the.

We review basic theoretical concepts in particle acceleration, with particular emphasis on processes likely to occur in regions of magnetic reconnection. Several new developments are discussed, including detailed studies of reconnection in three-dimensional magnetic field configurations (e.g., current sheets, collapsing traps, separatrix regions) and stochastic acceleration in a turbulent.

“Space weather” events affecting the terrestrial magnetosphere have their origins in explosive events in the solar atmosphere, notably solar flares. Solar flares may affect the magnetosphere through EUV/X-ray radiation and energetic charged particles (both ions and electrons), as well as the production of Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs).

A brief overview of our current theoretical and. Recent Advances in Understanding Particle Acceleration Processes in Solar Flares solar energetic particle (SEP) events detected at 1 AU (e.g., Krucker et al. Understanding the conversion of magnetic energy into accelerated particles is one of the.

Astrophysics > Solar and Stellar Astrophysics Title: Recent Advances in Understanding Particle Acceleration Processes in Solar Flares Authors: Valentina V. Zharkova, Karpar Arzner, Arnold O. Benz, Philippa Browning, Cyril Dauphin, A.

Gordon Emslie, Lyndsay Fletcher, Eduard P. Kontar, Gottfried Mann, Marco Onofri, Vahe Petrosian, Rim. The implication these observations hold for understanding particle acceleration in solar flares are discussed. The data require that both electrons and ions must be accelerated together to relativistic energies and interact with matter in a time scale of seconds.

Get this from a library. Recent Advances in the Understanding of Solar Flares: Proceedings of the U.S.-Japan Seminar held at Komaba, Tokyo, October [S R Kane; Y Uchida; K Tanaka; H S Hudson] -- These Proceedings result from the papers and discussions of the U.S.-Japan Seminar "Recent Advances in the Understanding of Solar Flares" held in Tokyo OctoberRecent Advances in Understanding Particle Acceleration Processes in Solar Flares By Valentina V.

Zharkova, Karpar Arzner, Arnold O. Benz, Philippa Browning, Cyril Dauphin, A. Gordon Emslie, Lyndsay Fletcher, Eduard P. Kontar, Gottfried Mann, Marco Onofri, Vahe Petrosian, Rim Turkmani, Nicole Vilmer and Loukas Vlahos.

We establish limits on the total radiant energy of solar flares during the period February — November, using the solar-constant monitor (ACRIM) on board the Solar Maximum Mission. Typical limits amount to 6 x 10 29 erg/s for a second integration time, with 5σ statistical significance for an impulsive emission; for a gradual component.

SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) Title: Spatial structure of high energy photon sources in solar flares Authors: Kane, S. Journal: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and National Science Foundation, U.S.-Japan Seminar on the Recent Advances in the Understanding of Solar Flares, Tokyo, Japan, Oct.

Solar Physics (ISSN ), vol. 86, Julyp. Plasma dynamics at the very initial phases of flares: Mitaka, Japan) Publication: NSF and Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science, U.S.-Japan Seminar on Recent Advances in the Understanding of Solar Flares, 2nd, Honolulu, HI Category: Solar Physics: Origin: STI: NASA/STI Keywords: Plasma Dynamics, Solar Flares, Solar X-Rays, X Ray.

Recent Advances in Understanding Particle Acceleration Processes in Solar Flares. Recent Advances in Understanding Particle Acceleration Processes in Solar Flares While these studies show considerable promise in accounting for the various observational manifestations of.

SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) Title: Delta spots and great flares Authors: Zirin, H. & Liggett, M. Journal: NSF and Japanese Society for the Promotion of. The plot on this page shows us the most recent hour solar X-ray data from the primary GOES satellite.

You can zoom in on this plot by selecting a time period that you wish to view and even export the graph as a JPG, PDF, SVG or PNG file. Beneath that we have a collection of live imagery which.SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) Title: Magnetic theories of solar flares Authors: Priest, E.

R. Journal: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and National Science Foundation, U.S.-Japan Seminar on the Recent Advances in the Understanding of Solar Flares, Tokyo, Japan, Oct.Solar Physics (ISSN ), vol. 86, Julyp. ; Discussion, p.

44, Journal: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science and National Science Foundation, U.S.-Japan Seminar on the Recent Advances in the Understanding of Solar Flares, Tokyo, Japan, Oct.Solar Physics (ISSN ), vol.

86, Julyp. ; Discussion, p.