HMI Science Nuggets in September 2018

October 1, 2018, from Richard Morton

We announce 5 new HMI Science Nuggets for September 2018.

#109 “How Many Active Regions Are Necessary to Predict the Solar Dipole Moment?”, contributed by Tim Whitbread (hmi.stanford.edu/hminuggets/?p=2639)

#110 “Onset of Photospheric Impacts and Helioseismic Waves in X9.3 Solar Flare of September 6, 2017”, contributed by Alexander Kosovichev (hmi.stanford.edu/hminuggets/?p=2649)

#111 “Synoptic Q-Maps — Insight into the Topology of the Coronal Magnetic Field”, contributed by Todd Hoeksema (hmi.stanford.edu/hminuggets/?p=2670)

#112 “A possible explanation of the double peaks in solar cycles”, contributed by Bidya Binay Karak (hmi.stanford.edu/hminuggets/?p=2685)

#113 “What Makes CME-producing Solar Eruptions Happen? Insight from Coronal Jets”, contributed by Alphonse Sterling (hmi.stanford.edu/hminuggets/?p=2694)

We welcome submissions on work related to HMI scientific goals. More information can be found at hmi.stanford.edu/hminuggets/ .


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