Origin and development of transient coronal holes

@inproceedings{Kahler2001OriginAD,
  title={Origin and development of transient coronal holes},
  author={Stephen Wilson Kahler and Hugh S Hudson},
  year={2001}
}
Solar transient coronal holes (TCHs) are short-lived (≤2 days) regions of dimmed X-ray intensity sometimes observed in association with coronal mass ejections. These features, first discovered from Skylab observations, can occur in magnetic unipolar regions on either side of the X-ray posteruptive arcades. They have been suggested as the magnetically open footpoints of associated transient flux ropes observed at 1 AU. We have used images from the Yohkoh Soft X-ray Telescope (SXT) to study the… CONTINUE READING

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