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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Images Of Gradual Millimeter Emission And Multi-wavelength Observations Of The 17 August 1994 Solar Flare|
De Pater I.
|Abstract:||We present a comprehensive analysis of the 17 August 1994 flare, the first flare imaged at millimeter (86 GHz) wavelengths. The temporal evolution of this flare displays a prominent impulsive peak shortly after 01:02 UT, observed in hard X-rays and at microwave frequencies, followed by a gradual decay phase. The gradual phase was also detected at 86 GHz. Soft X-ray images show a compact emitting region (≲20″), which is resolved into two sources: a footpoint and a loop top source. Nonthermal emissions at microwave and hard X-ray wavelengths are analyzed and the accelerated electron spectrum is calculated. This energy spectrum derived from the microwave and hard X-ray observations suggests that these emissions were created by the same electron population. The millimeter emission during the gradual phase is thermal bremsstrahlung originating mostly from the top of the flaring loop. The soft X-rays and the millimeter flux density from the footpoint source are only consistent with the presence of a multi-temperature plasma at the footpoint.|
|Citation:||Solar Physics. , v. 183, n. 2, p. 389 - 405, 1998.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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