Announcing RHESSI NuggetsJanuary 14, 2019, from Hugh Hudson
No. 342, the first of 2019: “The Interesting RHESSI/SAS Archive”, by Hugh Hudson and Martin Fivian. The full mission database shows RHESSI to have been very stable geometrically.
Three Nuggets in December 2018:
No. 341, “Homologous White Light Solar Flares”, by Paolo Roman and Abouazza Elmhamdi. Homologous white-light flares, in rapid succession, and coronal null points.
No. 340, “The Flight of FOXSI-3”, by Lindsay Glesener and Noriyuki Narukage. Single-photon counting and direct focusing across hard and soft X-ray energies.
No. 339, “Stellar Flares and Starspots”, by Lauren Doyle. Stellar flares don’t spatially match their starspots.
In 2018 we had 28 Nuggets, ranging over a wide variety of HXR-themed solar research matters, and welcome more for 2019. See
http://sprg.ssl.berkeley.edu/~tohban/wiki/index.php/RHESSI_Science_Nuggets, listing the current series, 2008-present, and
http://sprg.ssl.berkeley.edu/~tohban/nuggets/ for the original series, 2005-2008.
We publish these at roughly two-week intervals and welcome contributions,
which should be related, at least loosely, to RHESSI science.