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Using Flare-Induced Modulation of Three- and Five-Minute Oscillations for Studying Wave Propagation in the Solar Atmosphere View all abstracts by submitter

Andrei Chelpanov   Submitted: 2022-01-11 20:28

We propose a method for diagnosing the physical conditions in the solar atmosphere using an increase in oscillation amplitudes resulting from minuscule solar flares. As an example, we consider a B2 flare, which caused a sharp short-lived increase in the amplitude of three- and five-minute oscillations in the lower layers of the solar atmosphere. Enhanced three- and five-minute oscillations propagated from the lower layers of the atmosphere into the corona. Such short oscillation trains made it possible to remove the uncertainties arising in the measurements of the phase and group lags between the layers. In addition, the amplification of the oscillations that reach the corona may add to the likelihood of a repeated flare. Studying oscillations in small flare events has the advantage of exploring the atmosphere in its quasi-quiet condition as opposed to powerful flares, which cause substantial and prolonged disturbance of the environment. In addition, small flares are much more common than powerful flares, which allows one to choose from a larger sample of observational material.

Authors: Andrei Chelpanov, Nikolai Kobanov
Projects: None

Publication Status: Published in Solar Physics
Last Modified: 2022-01-12 13:27
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