An Observational Study of a “Rosetta Stone” Solar Eruption

@article{Mason2021AnOS,
  title={An Observational Study of a “Rosetta Stone” Solar Eruption},
  author={E. Mason and S. Antiochos and A. Vourlidas},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Letters},
  year={2021},
  volume={914}
}
This Letter reports observations of an event that connects all major classes of solar eruptions: those that erupt fully into the heliosphere versus those that fail and are confined to the Sun, and those that eject new flux into the heliosphere, in the form of a flux rope, versus those that eject only new plasma in the form of a jet. The event originated in a filament channel overlying a circular polarity inversion line and occurred on 2016 March 13 during the extended decay phase of the active… Expand

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