New RHESSI Science Nuggets

September 22, 2020, from Hugh Hudson

No. 382, “SOL2013-11-10 Eruptive Circular-ribbon Flare with Extended Remote Brightenings,” by Chang LIU et al.: a circular-ribbon event can launch an eruption by breaking through its separatrix dome.

No, 383, “Energy Partitioning in a Nonthermally Dominated Two-loop Solar Flare,” by Galina MOTORINA et al.: Modeling the prpagation of energy via GX Simulator in an early-impulsive flare.

No. 384, “Sunspot Differential Rotation in an X-class Flare,” by Richard GRIMES et al.: Observations suggesting how the coronal tail can wag the photospheric dog.

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 often be found by searching for their SOLyyyy-mm-dd identifier from this home page.


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