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Multi-wavelength observations of CME-associated structures on the Sun with the CORONAS-F/SPIRIT EUV telescope

  • V. Slemzin (a1), I. Chertok (a2), V. Grechnev (a3), A. Ignat'ev (a1), S. Kuzin (a1), A. Pertsov (a1), I. Zhitnik (a1) and J.-P. Delaboudinière (a4)...

Abstract

Multi-wavelength imaging of the solar corona is a powerful observational method to study CME-related dynamics of structures in spectral bands related to the solar corona and transition region. We analyze large-scale eruptive events caused by halo-type CMEs observed at the solar disk with the CORONAS-F/SPIRIT (175, 304, and 284 Å) and SOHO/EIT telescopes on November 4, 2001 and October–November, 2003. For most events, CME-associated dimmings coincide in different bands, but the 304 Å dimming in November 4, 2001 event was delayed by $>1/2$ hours. In October–November events, coronal waves were observed in 195 Å and some in 175 Å channel. In a CME event associated with a filament eruption on November 18, the SPIRIT images display a propagating disturbance seen as a darkening in 304 Å channel only. This phenomenon was not described earlier.To search for other articles by the author(s) go to: http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abstract_service.html

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