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Magnetic flux cancellation associated with a recurring solar jetobserved with Hinode, RHESSI, and STEREO/EUVI View all abstracts by submitter

Cristina Chifor   Submitted: 2008-09-01 07:42

Aims. We study the physical properties of a recurring solar active region jet observed in X-rays and extreme-ultraviolet (EUV). Methods. Multi-wavelength data from all three instruments on board Hinode were analysed. X-ray imaging and spectroscopy of the microflaring emission associated with the jets was performed with the Reuven Ramaty High Energy Spectroscopic Imager (RHESSI). Associated EUV jets were observed with the Sun Earth Connection Coronal and Heliospheric Investigation (SECCHI)/Extreme Ultraviolet Imager (EUVI) on board STEREO. Results. We found a correlation between recurring magnetic flux cancellation close to a pore, the X-ray jet emission, and associated Ca II H ribbon brightenings. We estimated the lower limit for the decrease in magnetic energy associated with the X-ray jet emission at 3 x 1029 ergs. The recurring plasma ejection was observed simultaneously at EUV and X-ray temperatures, associated with type III radio bursts and microflaring activity at the jet footpoint. Conclusions. The recurring jet (EUV and X-ray) emissions can be attributed to chromospheric evaporation flows due to recurring coronal magnetic reconnection. In this process, the estimated minimum loss in the magnetic energy is sufficient to account for the total energy required to launch the jet.

Authors: C. Chifor, H. Isobe, H. E. Mason, I. G. Hannah, P. R. Young, G. Del Zanna, S. Krucker, K. Ichimoto, Y. Katsukawa, T. Yokoyama
Projects: Hinode/EIS,Hinode/SOT,Hinode/XRT,RHESSI,STEREO

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Last Modified: 2008-09-02 07:55
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