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30-min Decayless Kink Oscillations in a Very Long Bundle of Solar Coronal Plasma Loops View all abstracts by submitter

Valery Nakariakov   Submitted: 2023-08-09 20:51

The energy balance in the corona of the Sun is the key to the long-standing coronal heating dilemma, which could be potentially revealed by observational studies of decayless kink oscillations of coronal plasma loops. A bundle of very long off-limb coronal loops with the length of 73680Mm and a lifetime of about 2 days are found to exhibit decayless kink oscillations. The oscillations were observed for several hours. The oscillation amplitude was measured at 0.30.5 Mm, and the period at 2833 min. The existence of 30-min periodicity of decayless kink oscillations indicates that the mechanism compensating the wave damping is still valid in such a massive plasma structure. It provides important evidence for the non-resonant origin of decayless kink oscillations with 26 min periods, i.e., the lack of their link with the leakage of photospheric and chromospheric oscillations into the corona and the likely role of the broadband energy sources. Magnetohydrodynamic seismology based on the reported detection of the kink oscillation, with the assistance of the differential emission measure analysis and a background coronal model provides us with a comprehensive set of plasma and magnetic field diagnostics, which is of interest as input parameters of space weather models.

Authors: Sihui Zhong, Valery M. Nakariakov, Yuhu Miao, Libo Fu, Ding Yuan
Projects: SDO-AIA

Publication Status: Nat. Sci. Rep. (in press)
Last Modified: 2023-08-10 04:59
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