A solar flare driven by thermal conduction observed at mid-infrared

@article{Lopez2021ASF,
  title={A solar flare driven by thermal conduction observed at mid-infrared},
  author={Fernando M. L'opez and C. Guillermo Gim'enez de Castro and Cristina H. Mandrini and Paulo J. A. Sim{\~o}es and Germ{\'a}n D. Cristiani and Dale E. Gary and Carlos Francile and Pascal D'emoulin},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2021}
}
Context. The mid-infrared (mid-IR) range has been mostly unexplored for the investigation of solar flares. It is only recently that new mid-IR flare observations have begun opening a new window into the response and evolution of the solar chromosphere. These new observations have been mostly performed by the AR30T and BR30T telescopes that are operating in Argentina and Brazil, respectively. Aims. We present the analysis of SOL2019-05-15T19:24, a GOES class C2.0 solar flare observed at 30 THz… 

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