The Triggering of the 2014 March 29 Filament Eruption

@article{Woods2018TheTO,
  title={The Triggering of the 2014 March 29 Filament Eruption},
  author={M. Woods and S. Inoue and L. Harra and S. Matthews and K. Kusano and N. Kalmoni},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={860},
  pages={163}
}
The X1 flare and associated filament eruption occurring in NOAA Active Region 12017 on SOL2014-03-29 has been a source of intense study. In this work, we analyze the results of a series of nonlinear force-free field extrapolations of the flare's pre- and post-flare periods. In combination with observational data provided by the IRIS, Hinode, and Solar Dynamics Observatory missions, we have confirmed the existence of two flux ropes present within the active region prior to flaring. Of these two… Expand
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