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HXR Footpoint Motion in Seismically Active Regions View all project descriptions by submitter

Juan Carlos Martinez-Oliveros Submitted: 28-Jun-2007 10:00

Recent observations of seismically active solar flares have shown that the helioseismic sources of certain sunquakes exhibit a distinct kernel structure. We attempt to establish a correlation between the HXR footpoint motion and the structure of the helioseismic egression power signatures obtained using acoustic holography.

Participants Web Page: www.clique.monash.edu.au

Participants: Martinez-Oliveros, J.C.; Donea, A-C.; Cally, P.S.

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