Announcing new RHESSI Science NuggetsOctober 13, 2019, from Hugh Hudson
No. 358: “The Last Best Flares”, by Hugh Hudson, Ed Cliver, and Brian Dennis. Major flares tend to happen at the very ends of sunspot cycles.
No. 359: “Submillimeter Radiation as the Thermal Component of the Neupert Effect,” by Guigue Giménez de Castro: Flare emission at the highest radio frequencies can be bremsstrahlung.
No. 360: “Searching SOLfully within the Nuggets,“ by Hugh Hudson: The IAU identifier works well for finding items about a particular event.
No. 361: “Non-radial jets on the edges of active regions,” by Peter Wyper: The very common jet structures we see can naturally combine twist and breakout.
We welcome contributions to the RHESSI Nuggets, and the topics may wander some distance away from specifically RHESSI results if they are generally interesting. See http://sprg.ssl.berkeley.edu/~tohban/wiki/index.php/RHESSI_Science_Nuggets for these and others. Comments about specific flares can be found by searching for their “SOLyyyy-mm-dd” identifier from this home page.