Transition from eruptive to confined flares in the same active region

@article{Zuccarello2017TransitionFE,
  title={Transition from eruptive to confined flares in the same active region},
  author={F. Zuccarello and R. Chandra and B. Schmieder and G. Aulanier and R. Joshi},
  journal={Astronomy and Astrophysics},
  year={2017},
  volume={601}
}
Context. Solar flares are sudden and violent releases of magnetic energy in the solar atmosphere that can be divided into two classes: eruptive flares, where plasma is ejected from the solar atmosphere resulting in a coronal mass ejection (CME), and confined flares, where no CME is associated with the flare. Aims. We present a case study showing the evolution of key topological structures, such as spines and fans, which may determine the eruptive versus non-eruptive behavior of the series of… Expand

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