Kink Oscillation of a Flux Rope During a Failed Solar Eruption

@article{Kumar2022KinkOO,
  title={Kink Oscillation of a Flux Rope During a Failed Solar Eruption},
  author={Pankaj Kumar and Valery M. Nakariakov and Judith T. Karpen and C. Richard DeVore and Kyung-Suk Cho},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal Letters},
  year={2022},
  volume={932}
}
We report a decaying kink oscillation of a flux rope during a confined eruptive flare, observed off the solar limb by the Solar Dynamics Observatory’s Atmospheric Imaging Assembly (AIA), which lacked a detectable white-light coronal mass ejection. The erupting flux rope underwent kinking, rotation, and apparent leg–leg interaction during the event. The oscillations were observed simultaneously in multiple AIA channels at 304, 171, and 193 Å, indicating that multithermal plasma was entrained in… 

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