SEQUENTIAL CHROMOSPHERIC BRIGHTENINGS BENEATH A TRANSEQUATORIAL HALO CORONAL MASS EJECTION

@inproceedings{Balasubramaniam2005SEQUENTIALCB,
  title={SEQUENTIAL CHROMOSPHERIC BRIGHTENINGS BENEATH A TRANSEQUATORIAL HALO CORONAL MASS EJECTION},
  author={Krishnan Balasubramaniam and Alexei A. Pevtsov and Donald F. Neidig and Edward W. Cliver and Barbara June Thompson and Charles Augustus Young and S. Fernandez Martin and Alan L. Kiplinger},
  year={2005}
}
Analyses of multiwavelength data sets for a solar eruption at ~21:30 UT on 2002 December 19 show evidence for the disappearance of a large-scale, transequatorial coronal loop (TL). In addition, coronal manifestations of the eruption (based on SOHO EIT and LASCO images) include large-scale coronal dimming, flares in each associated active region in the northern and southern hemispheres, and a halo CME. We present detailed observations of the chromospheric aspects of this event based on Hα images… CONTINUE READING

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