Magnetic Imprints of Eruptive and Noneruptive Solar Flares as Observed by Solar Dynamics Observatory

@article{Vasantharaju2022MagneticIO,
  title={Magnetic Imprints of Eruptive and Noneruptive Solar Flares as Observed by Solar Dynamics Observatory},
  author={N. Vasantharaju and Panditi Vemareddy and B. Ravindra and Vijayakumar H. Doddamani},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2022},
  volume={927}
}
The abrupt and permanent changes of the photospheric magnetic field in the localized regions of active regions during solar flares, called magnetic imprints (MIs), have been observed for nearly the past three decades. The well-known coronal implosion model is assumed to explain such flare-associated changes but the complete physical understanding is still missing and debatable. In this study, we made a systematic analysis of flare-related changes of the photospheric magnetic field during 21… 

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