Physics of post-eruptive solar arcades: Interpretation of RATAN-600 and STEREO spacecraft observations

@article{Livshits2011PhysicsOP,
  title={Physics of post-eruptive solar arcades: Interpretation of RATAN-600 and STEREO spacecraft observations},
  author={M. A. Livshits and A. M. Urnov and F. F. Goryaev and Larisa K. Kashapova and I. Yu. Grigor’eva and T. I. Kal’tman},
  journal={Astronomy Reports},
  year={2011},
  volume={55},
  pages={918-927}
}
Results of simultaneous measurements of radiation fluxes from post-eruption arcades on the Sun at 171, 195, 284, and 304 Å (from STEREO spacecraft data) and at radio wavelengths (from the RATAN-600 radio telescope) are presented. An original probabilistic approach developed earlier by Urnov was used to determine the differential emission measure. This method requires no regularization, and the obtained results do not depend on the choice of the temperature grid. This approach has yielded the… 
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