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Physics of Solar Prominences: I—Spectral Diagnostics and Non-LTE Modelling
This review paper outlines background information and covers recent advances made via the analysis of spectra and images of prominence plasma and the increased sophistication of non-LTE (i.e. whenExpand
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Simultaneous SOHO and Ground-Based Observations of a Large Eruptive Prominence and Coronal Mass Ejection
Coronal mass ejections (CMEs) are frequently associated with erupting prominences near the solar surface. A spectacular eruption of the southern polar crown prominence was observed on 2 June 1998,Expand
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CONTINUUM ENHANCEMENTS IN THE ULTRAVIOLET, THE VISIBLE AND THE INFRARED DURING THE X1 FLARE ON 2014 MARCH 29
Enhanced continuum brightness is observed in many flares ("white light flares"), yet it is still unclear which processes contribute to the emission. To understand the transport of energy needed toExpand
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On the Nature of Prominence Emission Observed by SDO/AIA
The prominence-corona transition region (PCTR) plays a key role in the thermal and pressure equilibrium of solar prominences. Our knowledge of this interface is limited and several major issuesExpand
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On the formation of MgII h and k lines in solar prominences
Aims. With the recent launch of the IRIS mission, it has become urgent to develop the spectral diagnostics using the Mg ii resonance h and k lines. In this paper, we aim to demonstrate the behaviorExpand
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Hinode, TRACE, SOHO, and Ground-based Observations of a Quiescent Prominence
A quiescent prominence was observed by several instruments on 2007 April 25. The temporal evolution was recorded in Hα by the Hinode SOT, in X-rays by the Hinode XRT, and in the 195 A channel byExpand
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On the nature of dark extreme ultraviolet structures seen by SOHO/EIT and TRACE
Spectral lines in the extreme ultraviolet (EUV) observed on the Sun can originate either from the hot corona or the cooler chromosphere to corona transition region. In the present paper weExpand
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Hydrogen Balmer Continuum in Solar Flares Detected by the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph (IRIS)
We present a novel observation of the white light flare (WLF) continuum, which was significantly enhanced during the X1 flare on 2014 March 29 (SOL2014-03-29T17:48). Data from the Interface RegionExpand
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Prominence fine structures in a magnetic equilibrium: Two-dimensional models with multilevel radiative transfer
In this paper we construct theoretical models for vertical prominence threads which are in magnetohydrostatic (MHS) equilibrium. These models are fully two-dimensional (2D) and take the form ofExpand
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