VERY LONG-PERIOD PULSATIONS BEFORE THE ONSET OF SOLAR FLARES

@inproceedings{Tan2016VERYLP,
  title={VERY LONG-PERIOD PULSATIONS BEFORE THE ONSET OF SOLAR FLARES},
  author={Baolin Tan and Zhiqiang Yu and Jing Huang and Chengming Tan and Yin Zhang},
  year={2016}
}
Solar flares are the most powerful explosions occurring in the solar system, which may lead to disastrous space weather events and impact various aspects of our Earth. It remains a big challenge in modern astrophysics to understand the origin of solar flares and predict their onset. Based on the analysis of soft X-ray emission observed by the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite, this work reports a new discovery of very long-periodic pulsations occurring in the preflare phase… CONTINUE READING

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