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Stereoscopic Observations of an Erupting Mini-filament Driven Two-Sided-Loop Jet and the Applications for Diagnosing Filament Magnetic field View all abstracts by submitter

Yuandeng Shen   Submitted: 2019-08-14 00:53

The ubiquitous solar jets or jet-like activities are generally regarded as an important source of energy and mass input to the upper solar atmosphere and the solar wind. However, questions about their triggering and driving mechanisms are not completely understood. By taking advantage of high temporal and high spatial resolution stereoscopic observations taken by the Solar Dynamic Observatory (SDO) and the Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO), we report an intriguing two-sided-loop jet occurred on 2013 June 02, which was dynamically associated with the eruption of a mini-filament below an overlying large filament, and two distinct reconnection processes are identified during the formation stage. The SDO observations reveals that the two-sided-loop jet showed a concave shape with a projection speed of about 80 - 136. From the other view angle, the STEREO ahead observations clearly showed that the trajectory of the two arms of the two-sided-loop were along the cavity magnetic field lines hosting the large filament. Contrary to the well-accepted theoretical model, the present observation sheds new light on our understanding of the formation mechanism of two-sided-loop jets. Moreover, the eruption of the two-sided-loop jet not only supplied mass to the overlying large filament, but also provided a rare opportunity to diagnose the magnetic structure of the overlying large filament via the method of three-dimensional reconstruction.

Authors: Yuandeng Shen; Zhining Qu; Ding Yuan; Huadong Chen; Yadan Duan; Chengrui Zhou; Zehao Tang; Jin Huang; Yu Liu
Projects: SDO-AIA

Publication Status: Accepted for publication in the ApJ
Last Modified: 2019-08-15 16:44
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