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CME evolution and 3D reconstruction with STEREO Data

  • A. Orlando (a1) (a2), F. Zuccarello (a1), P. Romano (a2), F. P. Zuccarello (a3), M. Mierla (a4) (a5) (a6), D. Spadaro (a2) and R. Ventura (a2)...

Abstract

We describe a CME event, occurred in NOAA 11059 on April 3 2010, using STEREO and MDI/SOHO data. We analyze the CME evolution using data provided by SECCHI-EUVI and COR1 onboard STEREO satellites, and we perform a 3D reconstruction of the CME using the LCT-TP method. Using MDI/SOHO line-of-sight magnetograms we analyze the magnetic configuration of NOAA 11059 and we determine the magnetic helicity trend.

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CME evolution and 3D reconstruction with STEREO Data

  • A. Orlando (a1) (a2), F. Zuccarello (a1), P. Romano (a2), F. P. Zuccarello (a3), M. Mierla (a4) (a5) (a6), D. Spadaro (a2) and R. Ventura (a2)...

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