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Multi-wavelength analysis of two M-class flares on 2002 September 29 and 30 View all project descriptions by submitter

Mingde Ding Submitted: 01-Jun-2003 20:58

Two M-class flares on 2002 September 29 and 30 were simultaneously observed by RHESSI and by the ground-based imaging spectrograph at the Solar Tower of Nanjing University (China). We are performing a multi-wavelength analysis of the flares, which focuses on the spatial and temporal relationship between the Halpha emission, the white-light emission, and the hard X-ray emission. We plan to do non-LTE calculations of the flaring atmosphere in order to interpret the observed Halpha profiles and the enhanced white-light emission.

Participants: M. D. Ding, Q. R. Chen, J. P. Li, P. F. Chen, C. Fang

Project Status: In progress Go to main RHESSI project descriptions page  A statistical study of hard X-ray directivity in flares  Edit Entry 

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