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Diagnosing a Solar Flaring Core with Bidirectional Quasi-periodic Fast Propagating Magnetoacoustic Waves View all abstracts by submitter

Yuhu Miao   Submitted: 2021-02-24 01:45

Quasi-periodic fast propagating (QFP) waves are often excited by solar flares, and could be trapped in the coronal structure with low Alfvén speed, so they could be used as a tool for diagnosing both the flaring core and magnetic waveguide. As the periodicity of a QFP wave could originate from a periodic source or be dispersively waveguided, it is a key parameter for diagnosing the flaring core and waveguide. In this paper, we study two QFP waves excited by a Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-class C1.3 solar flare occurring at active region NOAA 12734 on 2019 March 8. Two QFP waves were guided by two oppositely oriented coronal funnels. The periods of two QFP waves were identical and were roughly equal to the period of the oscillatory signal in the X-ray and 17 GHz radio emission released by the flaring core. It is very likely that the two QFP waves could be periodically excited by the flaring core. Many features of this QFP wave event are consistent with the magnetic tuning fork model. We also investigated the seismological application with QFP waves, and found that the magnetic field inferred with magnetohydrodynamic seismology was consistent with that obtained in the magnetic extrapolation model. Our study suggests that the QFP wave is a good tool for diagnosing both the flaring core and the magnetic waveguide.

Authors: Yuhu Miao , Dong Li , Ding Yuan , Chaowei Jiang , Abouazza Elmhamdi , Mingyu Zhao , and Sergey Anfinogentov
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Publication Status: ApJL (publication)
Last Modified: 2021-02-24 13:09
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