This book brings together a variety of review articles on dynamical phenomena in the solar corona in order to work out the unifyin...
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This book brings together a variety of review articles on dynamical phenomena in the solar corona in order to work out the unifying aspects of magnetic energy releases. The experimental data from groundbased methods of radio astronomy as well as from satellites are also discussed. The book addresses researchers in astrophysics, and planetary science but should also be accessible to graduate students. Inhalt Flares and coronal heating in the sun and stars.- Imaging, stereoscopy, and tomography of the solar corona in soft X-rays and radio.- Initial results from the Nobeyama Radiobeliograph.- Long-duration non thermal energy release in flares and outside flares.- Characteristics of two simple microwave bursts.- Retrieving information from digital solar radio spectrograms.- Coupled magnetohydrodynamic and kinetic development of current sheets in the solar corona.- Acceleration and radiation from a complex active region.- Flares in accretion disks.- Non-linear data analysis and statistical techniques in solar radio astronomy.- Interplanetary scintillation imaging of disturbances in the solar wind.- Theory and observations of coronal shock waves.- Numerical simulations of shock electron acceleration in solar physics.- Surprises in the radio signatures of CMEs.- The SOHO mission.- SUMER Solar Ultraviolet Measurements of Emitted Radiation.- EIT: The extreme ultraviolet imaging telescope.- The Ultraviolet Coronagraph Spectrometer.- The charge, element, and isotope analysis system CELIAS on SOHO.
Coronal Magnetic Energy Releases
Proceedings of the CESRA Workshop Held in Caputh/Potsdam, Germany 16-20 May 1994