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The morphological comparison and analysis of coronal green line

  • Xuefei Zhang (a1) (a2), Yu Liu (a1) and Mingyu Zhao (a1)

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The coronal is the origins of large-scale solar activity and disastrous space weather, it contains extremely rich information and various physical processes. The coronal loop is a kind of bright structure with hot plasma which is bounded by magnetic field in the coronal, it is a good reflection of the magnetic structure that we can hardly observe directly. It is also the energy channel between the photosphere and coronal, and the study of coronal loop is helpful for us to understand the magnetic line foot movement.

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The morphological comparison and analysis of coronal green line

  • Xuefei Zhang (a1) (a2), Yu Liu (a1) and Mingyu Zhao (a1)

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