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MHD remote numerical simulations: evolution of coronal mass ejections

  • Liliana Hernández-Cervantes (a1), A. Santillán (a2) and A. R. González-Ponce (a3)

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Coronal mass ejections (CMEs) are solar eruptions into interplanetary space of as much as a few billion tons of plasma, with embedded magnetic fields from the Sun's corona. These perturbations play a very important role in solar–terrestrial relations, in particular in the spaceweather. In this work we present some preliminary results of the software development at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México to performe Remote MHD Numerical Simulations. This is done to study the evolution of the CMEs in the interplanetary medium through a Web–based interface and the results are store into a database. The new astrophysical computational tool is called the Mexican Virtual Solar Observatory (MVSO) and is aimed to create theoretical models that may be helpful in the interpretation of observational solar data.

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Hernández–Cervantes, L., Santillán, A., & González–Ponce, A. 2008 Geofísica Internacional 47, 193
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MHD remote numerical simulations: evolution of coronal mass ejections

  • Liliana Hernández-Cervantes (a1), A. Santillán (a2) and A. R. González-Ponce (a3)

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