MAX MILLENNIUM PROGRAM

OF SOLAR FLARE RESEARCH


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SOHO, TRACE, AND RHESSI IMAGES OF A SOLAR FLARE The primary goal of the Max Millennium Program is to understand particle acceleration and explosive energy release in solar flares. Elements of the program are coordinated observations, data analysis, and theory. Through electronic mail and the WWW, we work closely with the NASA RHESSI mission and the solar research community. World-wide participation, guided by the Max Millennium Steering Committee and the Max Millennium Chief Observer, is essential to successful achievement of our goals.


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