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Some characteristics of the GLE on 10 September 2017 View all abstracts by submitter

Karel Kudela   Submitted: 2018-06-07 22:50

We present a short overview of the event associated with the recent strong solar flare on 10 September 2017 (X 8.2) based on the available data both from satellite GOES-13 and from selected neutron monitors. The onset time of SPE/GLE at 1 AU was found between 16:06 and 16:08 UT. The GLE effect was anisotropic with a maximum increase of 6 %. The maximum energy of accelerated protons was about 6 GeV. We estimated the release time of sub-relativistic protons into open field lines as 15:53 to 15:55 UT.

Authors: Viktoria Kurt, Anatoli Belov, Karel Kudela, Boris Yushkov
Projects: Other

Publication Status: published in Contrib. Astron. Obs. Skalnat? Pleso 48, 329 ? 338, (2018)
Last Modified: 2018-06-13 12:39
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