Analysis and Modeling of High-frequency Emission and Deep Seismic Sources of Sunquakes

@article{Stefan2022AnalysisAM,
  title={Analysis and Modeling of High-frequency Emission and Deep Seismic Sources of Sunquakes},
  author={John T. Stefan and Alexander G. Kosovichev},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Letters},
  year={2022},
  volume={937}
}
Recent work published by Lindsey et al. find evidence for a deep and compact seismic source for the sunquake associated with the 2011 July 30 M9.3 flare, as well as seismic emission extending up to 10 mHz. We examine the sunquake independently, and a possible wave front is found in the 8 mHz band, though no wave front is easily discernible in the 10 mHz band. Additionally, we perform numerical simulations of seismic excitation modeled with the reported parameters and changes in the power… 

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