AGU Fall Session SH022 – Origins of Long Duration Gamma-Ray Emission at the Sun

July 14, 2021, from tdomf_b336c

We invite abstract submissions to the AGU 2021 Fall Meeting session:

SH022 – Origins of Long Duration Gamma-Ray Emission at the Sun

Observations of gamma-ray emission lasting hours beyond other flare-associated electromagnetic signatures provide a test for models of particle acceleration and propagation at or near the Sun. Contributions based on data analysis, modelling and theory are solicited that address the following questions: Where and how are the energetic particles responsible for long duration gamma-ray emission accelerated? How are they able to propagate to the locations near the photosphere where gamma-rays are produced? Can experimental constraints inferred from gamma-ray emission and solar energetic particle measurements be reproduced by models and theory?

Abstracts deadline: Wednesday 4th August 2021

Note that the current plan is for a “hybrid” meeting with both in-person and remote participation.

Silvia Dalla, Georgia de Nolfo and Alessandro Bruno

https://agu.confex.com/agu/fm21/prelim.cgi/Session/120562


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