CONTINUUM ENHANCEMENTS IN THE ULTRAVIOLET, THE VISIBLE AND THE INFRARED DURING THE X1 FLARE ON 2014 MARCH 29

@article{Kleint2016CONTINUUMEI,
  title={CONTINUUM ENHANCEMENTS IN THE ULTRAVIOLET, THE VISIBLE AND THE INFRARED DURING THE X1 FLARE ON 2014 MARCH 29},
  author={Lucia Kleint and Petr Heinzel and Phil Judge and Sam Krucker},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={816},
  pages={88}
}
  • Lucia Kleint, Petr Heinzel, +1 author Sam Krucker
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • The Astrophysical Journal
  • 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 to account for this emission, we must first identify both the emission processes and the emission source regions. Possibilities include heating in the chromosphere causing optically thin or thick emission from free-bound transitions of Hydrogen, and heating of the photosphere causing enhanced H… CONTINUE READING

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