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Valentina ZharkovaPREDICTION OF SOLAR ACTIVITY FROM SOLAR BACKGROUND MAGNETIC FIELD VARIATIONS IN CYCLES 21?23 Simon J. Shepherd , Sergei I. Zharkov and Valentina V. Zharkova 2014-10-22
Sanjiv TiwariTrigger Mechanism of Solar Subflares in a Braided Coronal Magnetic Structure Sanjiv K. Tiwari, Caroline E. Alexander, Amy R. Winebarger, Ronald L. Moore 2014-10-17
Thomas WiegelmannThe Magnetic Field in the Solar Atmosphere Thomas Wiegelmann, Julia K. Thalmann and Sami K. Solanki 2014-10-17
Tom Van DoorsselaereEnergy propagation by transverse waves in multiple flux tube systems using filling factors Van Doorsselaere T., Gijsen S.E., Andries J., and Verth G. 2014-10-10
Jack IrelandCoronal Fourier power spectra: implications for coronal seismology and coronal heating Jack Ireland, R. T. James McAteer, Andrew R. Inglis 2014-10-08
Ilya ChertokRelationship between the Magnetic Flux of Solar Eruptions and the Ap Index of Geomagnetic Storms I. M. Chertok, M. A. Abunina, A. A. Abunin, A. V. Belov, V. V. Grechnev 2014-10-07
Rui LiuEarly Evolution of an Energetic Coronal Mass Ejection and Its Relation to EUV Waves Rui Liu, Yuming Wang, and Chenglong Shen 2014-10-07
Eduard KontarThe Formation of Kappa-Distribution Accelerated Electron Populations in Solar Flares Bian, Nicolas H., Emslie, A. Gordon, Stackhouse, Duncan J., Kontar, Eduard P. 2014-10-07
Axel BrandenburgSuperflare occurrence and energies on G-, K- and M-type dwarfs Candelaresi, S., Hillier, A., Maehara, H., Brandenburg, A., & Shibata, K. 2014-09-25
Gerald ShareComment on ``Detection and characterization of 0.5--8 MeV neutrons near Mercury: Evidence for a solar origin" Gerald H. Share, Ronald J. Murphy, Allan J. Tylka, Brian R. Dennis, and James M. Ryan 2014-09-25
Cristina H. MandriniHow Can Active Region Plasma Escape into the Solar Wind from below a Closed Helmet Streamer? C.H. Mandrini, F.A. Nuevo, A.M. Vasquez, P. Demoulin, L. van Driel-Gesztelyi, D. Baker, J.L. Culhane, G.D. Cristiani, M. Pick 2014-09-25
Jaroslav DudikOn the Area Expansion of Magnetic Flux-Tubes in Solar Active Regions Dudik, J., Dzifcakova, E., Cirtain, J. W. 2014-09-25
Ryun Young KwonNEW INSIGHTS INTO THE PHYSICAL NATURE OF CORONAL MASS EJECTIONS AND ASSOCIATED SHOCK WAVES WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE THREE-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE Ryun-Young Kwon, Jie Zhang, and Oscar Olmedo 2014-09-24
Chang LiuThree-dimensional Magnetic Restructuring in Two Homologous Solar Flares in the Seismically Active NOAA AR 11283 Chang Liu, Na Deng, Jeongwoo Lee, Thomas Wiegelmann, Chaowei Jiang, Brian R. Dennis, Yang Su, Alina Donea, Haimin Wang 2014-09-23
Jaroslav DudikSignatures of the non-Maxwellian kappa-distributions in optically thin line spectra I. Theory and synthetic Fe IX--XIII spectra Dudik, J, Del Zanna, G., Mason, H.E., Dzifcakova, E. 2014-09-23
Nariaki NittaThe Relation Between Large-Scale Coronal Propagating Fronts and Type II Radio Bursts Nariaki V. Nitta, Wei Liu, Nat Gopalswamy, Seiji Yashiro 2014-09-22
Nariaki NittaThe Relation Between Large-Scale Coronal Propagating Fronts and Type II Radio Bursts Nariaki V. Nitta, Wei Liu, Nat Gopalswamy, Seiji Yashiro 2014-09-22
Dana LongcopeA simple model of chromospheric evaporation and condensation driven conductively in a solar flare Dana Longcope 2014-09-19
Leping LiConversion from mutual helicity to self-helicity observed with IRIS L. Li, H. Peter, F. Chen, J. Zhang 2014-09-17
Pietro ZuccaUnderstanding CME and associated shock in the solar corona by merging multi wavelengths observation Pietro Zucca, Monique Pick, Pascal Demoulin, Alain Kerdraon, Alain Lecacheux, Peter T. Gallagher 2014-09-17

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The Late Gradual Phase of Large Flares: The Case of November 3, 2003
Formation of Compound Flux Rope by The Merging of Two Filament Channels, Associated Dynamics and its Stability
Observational Characteristics of CMEs without Low Coronal Signatures
Simultaneous Transverse Oscillations of a Prominence and a Filament and Longitudinal Oscillation of another Filament Induced by a Single Shock Wave
Dynamics of flare processes and variety of the fine structure of solar radio emission over a wide frequency range of 30 - 7000 MHz
Direct Evidence of an Eruptive, Filament-Hosting Magnetic Flux Rope Leading to a Fast Solar Coronal Mass Ejection
A Challenging Solar Eruptive Event of 18 November 2003 and the Causes of the 20 November Geomagnetic Superstorm. IV. Unusual Magnetic Cloud and Overall Scenario
Fine Structures and Overlying Loops of Confined Solar Flares
THE IMPACT OF A FILAMENT ERUPTION ON NEARBY HIGH-LYING COOL LOOPS
Wave dynamics in a sunspot umbra
Suprathermal Electrons in the Solar Corona: Can Nonlocal Transport Explain Heliospheric Charge States?
Forward Modeling Transient Brightenings and Microflares around an Active Region Observed with Hi-C
Modeling Active Region Transient Brightenings Observed with X-Ray Telescope as Multi-stranded Loops
Source Regions of the Interplanetary Magnetic Field and Variability in Heavy-ion Elemental Composition in Gradual Solar Energetic Particle Events
Simulating the in situ condensation process of solar prominences
A study of density modulation index in the inner heliospheric solar wind during solar cycle 23
ERRATUM: "Exact Analytical Solutions of Continuity Equation for Electron Beams Precipitating in Coulomb Collisions"
Waiting time distribution of solar energetic particle events modeled with a non-stationary Poisson process
Numerical simulations of impulsively generated Alfv?n waves in solar magnetic arcades
A Flare Observed in Coronal, Transition Region and Helium I 10830 ? Emissions

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