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New UKSP Nugget #105

105. Transient inverse-FIP effect observed during a solar flare
by Deborah Baker, Lidia van Driel-Gesztelyi, David Long (MSSL) and David H. Brooks (GMU).

Can plasma composition tell us about processes occurring below the surface of the Sun?

105. Transient inverse-FIP effect observed during a solar flare

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New UKSP Nugget #104

104. Comparing Different Methods for Computing Solar Angular Momentum Loss
by Adam Finley, Sean Matt and Victor See (Exeter).

The Sun’s current angular momentum loss rate appears weaker than similar stars.

104. Comparing Different Methods for Computing Solar Angular Momentum Loss

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New UKSP Nugget #101

101. Mapping the magnetic field of solar coronal loops
by David Kuridze (Aberystwyth), Mihalis Mathioudakis (QUB) and Huw Morgan (Aberystwyth).

Coronal spectropolarimetric measurements point the way for the next generation of ground-based solar telescope.

http://www.uksolphys.org/?p=16087

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CESRA solar radio science highlights in May 2019

The effect of scattering on the apparent positions of solar radio sources observed by LOFAR
by Mykola Gordovskyy
http://cesra.net/?p=2206

High Frequency Communications Response to Solar Activity in September 2017 as Observed by Amateur Radio Networks
by Nathan A. Frissell
http://cesra.net/?p=2198

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CESRA Highlights of Solar Radio Physics, aka CESRA Nuggets, are short communications written in language accessible to a non-expert in the specific area and designed to keep solar and heliophysics communities informed and up-to-date about current research.… continue to the full article

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