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Force-Free Models of a Filament Channel in which a Filament Forms

  • D.H. Mackay (a1), V. Gaizauskas (a1) and E.R. Priest (a1)

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Over the years few examples of the formation of filament channels or filaments have been observed. One such example was recently seen by Gaizauskas et al. (1997). This paper constructs force-free models of the main stages of formation.

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Gaizauskas, V., Zirker, J., Sweetland, C. and Kovacs, A. 1997, ApJ, 479, 448
Mackay, D.H., Gaizauskas, V., Rickard, G.J. and Priest, E.R. 1997, ApJ, 486, 534
Mackay, D.H., Priest, E.R., Gaizauskas, V., van Ballegooijen, A.A. 1998, Solar Phys., submitted
Pevstov, A.A., Canfield, R.C., Metcalf, T.R. 1995 ApJ, 440, L109

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