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CME-Driven and Flare-Ignited Fast Magnetosonic Waves Successively Detected in a Solar Eruption View all abstracts by submitter

Yuandeng Shen   Submitted: 2021-09-23 18:32

We present SDO/AIA observation of three types of fast-mode propagating magnetosonic waves in a GOES C3.0 flare on 2013 April 23, which was accompanied by a prominence eruption and a broad coronal mass ejection (CME). During the fast rising phase of the prominence, a large-scale dome-shaped extreme ultraviolet (EUV) wave firstly formed ahead of the CME bubble and propagated at a speed of about 430 km s-1 in the CME's lateral direction. One can identify the separation process of the EUV wave from the CME bubble. The reflection effect of the on-disk counterpart of this EUV wave was also observed when it interacted with a remote active region. Six minutes after the first appearance of the EUV wave, a large-scale quasi-periodic EUV train with a period of about 120 seconds appeared inside the CME bubble, which emanated from the flare epicenter and propagated outward at an average speed up to 1100 km s-1. In addition, another narrow quasi-periodic EUV wave train was observed along a closed-loop system connecting two adjacent active regions, which also emanated from the flare epicenter, propagated at a speed of about475 km s-1 and with a period of about 110 seconds. We propose that all the observed waves are fast-mode magnetosonic waves, in which the large-scale dome-shaped EUV wave ahead of the CME bubble was driven by the expansion of the CME bubble, while the large-scale quasi-periodic EUV train within the CME bubble and the narrow quasi-periodic EUV wave train along the closed-loop system were excited by the intermittent energy-releasing process in the flare. Coronal seismology application and energy carried by the waves are also estimated based on the measured wave parameters.

Authors: Zhou, Xinping ; Shen, Yuandeng ; Su, Jiangtao ; Tang, Zehao ; Zhou, Chengrui ; Duan, Yadan ; Tan, Song
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Publication Status: accepted by the Solar Physics
Last Modified: 2021-09-24 10:00
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