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Adam Kobelski   Submitted: 2022-05-09 11:47

New instruments sensitive to chromospheric radiation at X-ray, UV, Visible, IR, and sub-mm wavelengths have become available that significantly enhance our ability to understand the bi-directional flow of energy through the chromosphere. We describe the calibration, co-alignment, initial results, and public release of a new data set combining a large number of these instruments to obtain multiwavelength photospheric, chromospheric, and coronal observations capable of improving our understanding of the connectivity between the photosphere and the corona via transient brightenings and wave signatures. The observations center on a bipolar region of enhanced network magnetic flux near disk center on SOL2017-03-17T14:00-17:00. The comprehensive data set provides one of the most complete views of chromospheric activity related to small scale brightenings in the corona and chromosphere to date. Our initial analysis shows strong spatial correspondence between the areas of broadest width of the Hydrogen-α spectral line and the hottest temperatures observed in ALMA Band 3 radio data, with a linear coefficient of 6.12 10-5˚A/K. The correspondence persists for the duration of co-temporal observations (≈ 60 m). Numerous transient brightenings were observed in multiple data series. We highlight a single, well observed transient brightening along a set of thin filamentary features with a duration of 20 minutes. The timing of the peak intensity transitions from the cooler (ALMA, 7000 K) to hotter (XRT, 3 MK) data series.

Authors: Adam R. Kobelski, Lucas A. Tarr, Sarah A. Jaeggli, Nicholas Luber, Harry P. Warren and Sabrina Savage

Publication Status: Accepted to ApJS
Last Modified: 2022-05-10 10:58
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