Calculations on the solar spectrum from 1 to 60 Å

  title={Calculations on the solar spectrum from 1 to 60 {\AA}},
  author={Rolf Mewe},
  journal={Space Science Reviews},
  • R. Mewe
  • Published 1 September 1972
  • Physics
  • Space Science Reviews
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Enhancement of the solar X-ray line intensities due to dielectronic recombination as an excitation process
Intensities of resonance lines in X-ray region for Si ix–Si xiv ions are calculated by considering total excitation, i.e., excitation due to electron impact and dielectronic recombination. It is


Grazing incidence spectra of the sun
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Photographs of the Sun in the XUV-region
X-ray photographs obtained with a zone plate camera on October 3, 1967 in the wavelength band 49.5–52.5 Å have been investigated photometrically.The most intense X-ray emission corresponds with
Calculated solar X-radiation from 1 to 60 Å
The fluxes of about 230 spectral lines in the range 1–60 Å from coronal ions of C, N, O, Ne, Na, Mg, Al, Si, S, Ar, K, Ca, Ti, Cr, Mn, Fe, and Ni are computed for a range of electron temperature from
The 1–55 Å X-ray emission from an active limb prominence
The solar X-ray emission spectrum between 1 and 55 Å has been studied for one solar event, using the two X-ray experiments on-board of the ESRO 2 satellite. Although this event fits the description