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Video Magnetic Field and Velocity Fields of Solar Flares and Relative Active Region

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 September 2017

Ai Guoxiang
Beijing Astronomical Obs., Chinese Academia of Sciences
Li Jing
Beijing Astronomical Obs., Chinese Academia of Sciences


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By means of Solar Magnetic Field Telescope, the fine structure of video magnetic fields (5324A) and sight-of-line velocity fields (4861A) of flare active region on July 23 (E53, S19) and Aug. 8(W25, S28) in 1987 has been obtained. The main characters are following:

1. The flares occur in places where there are compressive and osmotic motion between opposite magnetic poles. In some causes, the osmotic opposite magnetic pole dissipates after the flares.

Session II: Solar Flares
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