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Bernard BensonDetermination of Linear Force-Free Magnetic Field Constant Alpha Using Deep Learning Bernard Benson, Zhuocheng Jiang, W. David Pan, G. Allen Gary and Qiang Hu 2017-12-04
Eduard Kontar Heating and cooling of coronal loops with turbulent suppression of parallel heat conduction Bian, Nicolas; Emslie, A. Gordon; Horne, Duncan; Kontar, Eduard P. 2017-12-01
Bill SwalwellSolar Energetic Particle Forecasting Algorithms and Associated False Alarms Swalwell, B., Dalla, S., Walsh, R. 2017-11-30
Roberto SolerFluting Modes in Transversely Nonuniform Solar Flux Tubes Roberto Soler 2017-11-23
Xudong SunSuper-Flaring Active Region 12673 Has One of the Fastest Magnetic Flux Emergence Ever Observed Xudong Sun, Aimee Norton 2017-11-22
Amir CaspiFirst NuSTAR Limits on Quiet Sun Hard X-Ray Transient Events Andrew J. Marsh, David M. Smith, Lindsay Glesener, Iain G. Hannah, Brian W. Grefenstette, Amir Caspi, Säm Krucker, Hugh S. Hudson, Kristin K. Madsen, Stephen M. White, Matej Kuhar, Paul J. Wright, Steven E. Boggs, Finn E. Christensen, William W. Craig, Charles J. Hailey, Fiona A. Harrison, Daniel Stern, William W. Zhang 2017-11-22
Malte VenzmerSolar-wind predictions for the Parker Solar Probe orbit M. S. Venzmer, V. Bothmer 2017-11-22
Aveek SarkarSimulating coronal loop implosion and compressible wave modes in a flare hit active region Aveek Sarkar, Bhargav Vaidya, Soumitra Hazra, Jishnu Bhattacharyya 2017-11-22
Gennady ChernovDevelopment of Solar Flares and Features of the Fine Structure of Solar Radio Emission G. P. Chernov, V. V. Fomichev, Y. Yan, B. Tan, Ch. Tan, and Q. Fu 2017-11-22
David LongA Statistical Analysis of the Solar Phenomena Associated with Global EUV Waves David M. Long, Pearse Murphy, Georgina Graham, Eoin P. Carley, David Pérez-Suárez 2017-11-17
Eduard KontarImaging Spectroscopy of Solar Radio Burst Fine Structures E. P. Kontar, S. Yu, A. A. Kuznetsov, A. G. Emslie, B. Alcock, N. L. S. Jeffrey, V. N. Melnik, N. H. Bian, P. Subramanian 2017-11-16
Yuandeng ShenOn a small-scale EUV wave: the driving mechanism and the associated oscillating filament Yuandeng Shen, Yu Liu, Zhanjun Tian, Zhining Qu 2017-11-15
Patrick McCauleyType III Solar Radio Burst Source Region Splitting Due to a Quasi-Separatrix Layer Patrick I. McCauley, Iver H. Cairns, John Morgan, Sarah E. Gibson, James C. Harding, Colin Lonsdale, and Divya Oberoi 2017-11-14
Yuandeng ShenOn a solar blowout jet: driven mechanism and the formation of cool and hot components Shen, Yuandeng; Liu, Ying D.; Su, Jiangtao; Qu, Zhining; Tian, Zhanjun 2017-11-12
Jack JenkinsUnderstanding the Role of Mass-Unloading in Filament Eruptions Jack Jenkins, David M Long, Lidia van Driel-Gesztelyi, Jack Carlyle 2017-11-08
Daniel Nóbrega-Siverio Surges and Si IV bursts in the solar atmosphere. Understanding IRIS and SST observations through RMHD experiments Nóbrega-Siverio, D.; Martínez-Sykora, J.; Moreno-Insertis, F.; Rouppe van der Voort, L. 2017-11-06
Jeffrey ReepThe direct relation between the duration of magnetic reconnection and the evolution of GOES light curves in solar flares Jeffrey W. Reep & Shin Toriumi 2017-11-06
Manuel LunaLarge-Amplitude Longitudinal Oscillations Triggered by the Merging of Two Solar Filaments: Observations and Magnetic Field Analysis M. Luna, Y. Su, B. Schmieder, R. Chandra, T. A. Kucera 2017-11-06
Kosuke NamekataStatistical Study of Solar White-light Flares and Comparisons with Superflares on Solar-type Stars Kosuke Namekata, Takahito Sakaue, Kyoko Watanabe, Ayumi Asai, Hiroyuki Maehara, Yuta Notsu, Shota Notsu, Satoshi Honda, Takako Ishii, Kai Ikuta, Daisaku Nogami, Kazunari Shibata 2017-11-04
Valery NakariakovEffect of local thermal equilibrium misbalance on long-wavelength slow magnetoacoustic waves Nakariakov, V.M., Afanasyev, A.N., Kumar, S., Moon, Y.-J. 2017-11-03

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Characteristics of Sustained >100 γ-ray Emission Associated with Solar Flares
Characteristics that Produce White-Light Enhancements in Solar Flares Observed by Hinode/SOT
Magnetic swirls and associated fast magnetoacoustic kink waves in a solar chromospheric flux tube
High-wavenumber solar f-mode strengthening prior to active region formation
Block-induced complex structures building the flare-productive solar active region 12673
Reconstruction of a Large-scale Pre-flare Coronal Current Sheet Associated with an Homologous X-shaped Flare
Comparison of Two Coronal Magnetic Field Models for Reconstructing a Sigmoidal Solar Active Region With Coronal Loops
A Magnetic Bald-Patch Flare in Solar Active Region 11117
Reply to comment by Usoskin (2017) on the paper
Non-thermal hydrogen Balmer and Paschen emission in solar flares generated by electron beams
Pulsations in the Earth's Lower Ionosphere Synchronized with Solar Flare Emission
Oscillations Excited by Plasmoids Formed During Magnetic Reconnection in a Vertical Gravitationally Stratified Current Sheet
Doppler shift oscillations from a hot line observed by IRIS
Dispersive Evolution of Nonlinear Fast Magnetoacoustic Wave Trains
Detection of 3-Minute Oscillations in Full-disk Lya Emission During A Solar Flare
A Compressed Sensing-based Image Reconstruction Algorithm for Solar Flare X-Ray Observations
Comparison of Helioseismic Far-side Active Region Detections with STEREO Far-Side EUV Observations of Solar Activity
Observations of a Radio-quiet Solar Preflare
Energy release in the solar atmosphere from a stream of infalling prominence debris
Estimation of a Coronal Mass Ejection Magnetic Field Strength using Radio Observations of Gyrosynchrotron Radiation

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