Extreme ultraviolet and X-ray emission of solar flares as observed from the CORONAS-F spacecraft in 2001–2003

@article{Nusinov2006ExtremeUA,
  title={Extreme ultraviolet and X-ray emission of solar flares as observed from the CORONAS-F spacecraft in 2001–2003},
  author={Anatoly A. Nusinov and T. V. Kazachevskaya},
  journal={Solar System Research},
  year={2006},
  volume={40},
  pages={111-116}
}
The results of measuring UV radiation onboard the CORONAS-F spacecraft during solar flares in 2001–2003 are considered. Some conclusions from the analysis of variations of solar-flare emission in several spectral intervals, namely, in soft X-rays, in the 10-to 130-nm range, and in the band near 120 nm, are discussed. The data were obtained by the VUSS-L and SUFR instruments. Time and energy characteristics of flares recorded onboard the CORONAS-F spacecraft are compared to the GOES measurements… Expand
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