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A study of a long duration B9 flare-CME event and associated shock.

Show simple item record Chandra, R. et al. Uddin, W. 2023-03-27T07:30:10Z 2023-03-27T07:30:10Z 2017-10
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dc.description.abstract We present and discuss here the observations of a small long duration GOES B-class flare associated with a quiescent filament eruption, a global EUV wave and a CME on 2011 May 11. The event was well observed by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), GONG H , STEREO and Culgoora spectrograph. As the filament erupted, ahead of the filament we observed the propagation of EIT wave fronts, as well as two flare ribbons on both sides of the polarity inversion line (PIL) on the solar surface. The observations show the co-existence of two types of EUV waves, i.e., a fast and a slow one. A type II radio burst with up to the third harmonic component was also associated with this event. The evolution of photospheric magnetic field showed flux emergence and cancellation at the filament site before its eruption. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Advances in Space research, Elsevier en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries 1450;asr61-705
dc.subject EUV waves en_US
dc.subject Filaments en_US
dc.subject Magnetic field en_US
dc.subject Magnetic reconnection en_US
dc.subject Coronal mass ejections (CMEs) en_US
dc.title A study of a long duration B9 flare-CME event and associated shock. en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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