Corona and XUV emission modelling of the Sun and Sun-like stars

  title={Corona and XUV emission modelling of the Sun and Sun-like stars},
  author={Munehito Shoda and Shinsuke Takasao},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
The X-ray and extreme-ultraviolet (EUV) emissions from low-mass stars significantly affect the evolution of the planetary atmosphere. However, it is observationally difficult to constrain the stellar high-energy emission because of the strong interstellar extinction of EUV photons. In this study, we simulate the XUV (X-ray plus EUV) emission from Sun-like stars by extending the solar coronal heating model that self-consistently solves, with sufficiently high resolution, the surface-to-coronal… 

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