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David Disentangling acceleration from propagation effects in the RHESSI hard X-ray emission from solar flares
HXR/UV relationship in solar flares
Asymmetric trapping in solar flares
Evolution of thermal vs. non-thermal emission in solar flares
Markus J. Aschwandenaschwanden@lmsal.com of Coronal Loop oscillations
Footpoint separation of conjugate hard X-ray sources
Chromospheric Height and Density Measurements with RHESSI
Photometric accuracy and background modeling of RHESSI imaging and spectrocopy
Henry Electron acceleration at a reconnection outflow termination shock
Super-short structures in solar radio bursts
Arnold O. Benzbenz@astro.phys.ethz.ch of spectral index of non-thermal component
Arnold Statistical study of flare properties vs flare size
Flux and spectral index in footpoints and loop top sources
Schmieder Gradual phase of the 22 October 2002 Flare: multi wavelength study
John C. Albedo patches
Corrections to HXR Spectra
Occulted HXR events
HXR micro-event evaporation
Neupert Effect
John Brown HXR Spectral Inversion
HXR Spectral Inversion
Fitting HXR Spectra
Reassessment of Thick Target Model
Monolithic versus sequentially activated filaments
Nonthermal Recombination
Qingrong Impulsive Phase High Energy Coronal Sources in Three RHESSI Flares
Derivation of Stochastic Acceleration Model Characteristics from RHESSI flares
Double Coronal Hard X-ray Sources and Radio Type III bursts
Heinz-Theodor Classentclassen@aip.de June 02, 2002 events - RHESSI and radio data
Angela Des Jardinsdesjardins@physics.montana.edu is the topology of magnetic reconnection in solar flares?
Mingde Multi-wavelength analysis of two M-class flares on 2002 September 29 and 30
Gordon Comparison of Hard X-ray Source Structure as a Function of Energy
A statistical study of hard X-ray directivity in flares
Ambretta Multiwavelength observations of flares
Frantisek Hard X-Ray and High-Frequency Radio Bursts Relationship.
Lyndsay SoHO CDS observations of RHESSI events
Spectral and Spatial Variations of Flare HXR Footpoints
Guillermo Gimenez de Castroguigue@craam.mackenzie.br between X-RAY and radio emitting electrons
Spatial relations between HXR and mm/sub-mm wave emission
Chris Single Hard X-ray sources In Solar Flares
Jingnan The variability of X-ray emissions
Yoichiro H-alpha Impact Polarization and RHESSI Observation of Flares
Iain Hannahhannah@ssl.berkeley.edu Observations of the Quiet Sun
Solar Axion Search
RHESSI & Hinode/XRT Microflare Studies
RHESSI Microflare Statistics
Hugh Hudsonhhudson@ssl.berkeley.edu RHESSI 3-10 keV spectrum during fast events
Solar Oblateness
Coronal particle dynamics
What is there before a flare?
Wave energy transport in the impulsive phase
Yukio X-Ray and Radio Observation of the 3 July 2002 X1.5 Flare
Hilary The Hard X-Ray Properties of Eruptive and Non-Eruptive Flares
Eduard ionisation of target and HXR emission of solar flares
Wei A Statistical Study of Limb Flares Observed by RHESSI: Imaging and Imaging Spectroscopy
Siming X-ray light curves of flaring loops
William Total B fields in spots 19-25 Oct
Temporal variations of He 10830 averaged over spots
Alec diffusion of X-ray emitting electrons
Gottfried Manngmann@aip.de acceleration at shocks observed with RHESSI and as radio type II bursts.
Electron distribution functions in the quiet sun
Evolution of electron distribution functions in solar flares
Piet Martensmartens@physics.montana.edu Flare Emission for RHESSI, TRACE, and Yohkoh
Juan Carlos HXR Footpoint Motion in Seismically Active Regions
Multi-wavelength Study of Seismically Active Solar Flares
Sarah Joint CDS and RHESSI observations of 15 Jul 02 flare
Pre-flare conditions
Mark McConnellMark.McConnell@unh.edu X-Ray Polarimetry of Solar Flares
James McTiernanjimm@ssl.berkeley.edu Measure of the > 5MK plasma for the non-flaring Sun
Tom Assessment of electron beam stability in solar flares
White Light Flares
Spectral Evolution of hard X-ray looptop sources
Magnetic Free Energy
Ken Phillipsphillips@stars.gsfc.nasa.gov Solar Flare 4-10 keV X-ray Spectrum
Jean-Pierre Simultaneous X-ray and mm/submm solar flares observations
Pascal Saint-Hilaireshilaire@astro.phys.ethz.chhttp://www.astro.phys.ethz.chEnergy budget and energy partition in RHESSI flares
Jun Satosato@solar.physics.montana.edu Study of Loop-top Hard X-ray Sources
Hanumant Simultaneous X-ray and decimetric bursts investigations
Sigrid RHESSI and Halpha microflares
Linhui Suilhsui@stars.gsfc.nasa.gov Multi-wavelength Analysis of a Solar Limb Flare on 2002 April 15
Evidence for the Formation of Large-Scale Current Sheets
Study of RHESSI Early Impulsive Flares
Astrid HXR/H-alpha relationship in flares
Nicole X-ray and radio observations of the 10/04/02 M flare
Hard X-RAY And Metric/Decimetruc Spatially Resolved Observations of Occulted Solar Flares
Alexander Using RHESSI to constrain the causes of coronal waves and shocks
Thermal and nonthermal source sizes: evolution and scaling
Yihua Radio Observations compared with HESSI data
Valentina energy dissipation and its Correlation with Hard X-ray Emission in the 2002 July 23 Solar Flare
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