Fan-shaped Jets in Three-dimensional Reconnection Simulation as a Model of Ubiquitous Solar Jets

@article{Jiang2011FanshapedJI,
  title={Fan-shaped Jets in Three-dimensional Reconnection Simulation as a Model of Ubiquitous Solar Jets},
  author={R. Jiang and K. Shibata and H. Isobe and C. Fang},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={726}
}
Magnetic reconnection is a fundamental process in space and astrophysical plasmas in which the oppositely directed magnetic field changes its connectivity and eventually converts its energy into kinetic and thermal energy of the plasma. Recently, ubiquitous jets (for example, chromospheric anemone jets, penumbral microjets, umbral light bridge jets) have been observed by the Solar Optical Telescope on board the satellite Hinode. These tiny and frequently occurring jets are considered to be a… Expand

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