Coronal mass ejections: 1979–1981

@inproceedings{Howard1985CoronalME,
  title={Coronal mass ejections: 1979–1981},
  author={Russell A. Howard and Jr. Sheeley and Michelle Koomen and D. J. Michels},
  year={1985}
}
In an examination of the Solwind coronagraph images obtained during the interval March 28, 1979, to December 31, 1981, we have identified 998 coronal mass ejections and recorded their structural classes, central latitudes, latitudinal spans, speeds, excess brightnesses, and relative importances. A statistical analysis revealed the following general results. (1) The properties of coronal mass ejections (CMEs) depended strongly on their structure. Curved front, halo, and complex CMEs were the… CONTINUE READING

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