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FORWARD: A Toolset for Multiwavelength Coronal Magnetometry
Determining the 3D coronal magnetic field is a critical, but extremely difficult problem to solve. Since different types of multiwavelength coronal data probe different aspects of the coronalExpand
MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC WAVES AND CORONAL HEATING: UNIFYING EMPIRICAL AND MHD TURBULENCE MODELS
We present a new global model of the solar corona, including the low corona, the transition region, and the top of the chromosphere. The realistic three-dimensional magnetic field is simulated usingExpand
Understanding SDO/AIA Observations of the 2010 June 13 EUV Wave Event: Direct Insight from a Global Thermodynamic MHD Simulation
In this work, we present a comprehensive observation and modeling analysis of the 2010 June 13 extreme-ultraviolet (EUV) wave observed by the Atmospheric Imaging Assembly (AIA) aboard the SolarExpand
The Open Flux Problem
The heliospheric magnetic field is of pivotal importance in solar and space physics. The field is rooted in the Sun's photosphere, where it has been observed for many years. Global maps of the solarExpand
Studying Extreme Ultraviolet Wave Transients with a Digital Laboratory: Direct Comparison of Extreme Ultraviolet Wave Observations to Global Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations
In this work, we describe our effort to explore the signatures of large-scale extreme ultraviolet (EUV) transients in the solar corona (EUV waves) using a three-dimensional thermodynamicExpand
Probing the Solar Magnetic Field with a Sun-Grazing Comet
A Comet in the Sun In 2011, comet Lovejoy plunged into the solar atmosphere and survived its flight through a region of the Sun that has never been visited by spacecraft. Downs et al. (p. 1196) usedExpand
TOWARD A REALISTIC THERMODYNAMIC MAGNETOHYDRODYNAMIC MODEL OF THE GLOBAL SOLAR CORONA
In this work, we describe our implementation of a thermodynamic energy equation into the global corona model of the Space Weather Modeling Framework and its development into the new lower corona (LC)Expand
Explaining fast ejections of plasma and exotic X-ray emission from the solar corona
Coronal mass ejections (CMEs) are the most energetic events in the solar system and can make near-Earth space a hazardous place. However, there is still no consensus as to what physical mechanismsExpand
NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF A CORONAL MASS EJECTION FROM AN ANEMONE ACTIVE REGION: RECONNECTION AND DEFLECTION OF THE 2005 AUGUST 22 ERUPTION
We present a numerical investigation of the coronal evolution of a coronal mass ejection (CME) on 2005 August 22 using a three-dimensional thermodynamic magnetohydrodynamic model, the space weatherExpand
Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations of Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections
We describe a new MHD model for the propagation of interplanetary coronal mass ejections (ICMEs) in the solar wind. Accurately following the propagation of ICMEs is important for determining spaceExpand
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