CONTRIBUTION OF VELOCITY VORTICES AND FAST SHOCK REFLECTION AND REFRACTION TO THE FORMATION OF EUV WAVES IN SOLAR ERUPTIONS

@article{Wang2015CONTRIBUTIONOV,
  title={CONTRIBUTION OF VELOCITY VORTICES AND FAST SHOCK REFLECTION AND REFRACTION TO THE FORMATION OF EUV WAVES IN SOLAR ERUPTIONS},
  author={Hongjuan Wang and Siqing Liu and Jiancun Gong and Ning Wu and Jun Lin},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={805}
}
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