Simultaneous Submillimeter and Hard X-Ray Intermittent Processes during Flares
by Guillermo Giménez de Castro et al.*

2016-11-29 496 views

Intermittency is a disruptive characteristic of a process, which can be associated, in many cases, with a sudden energy release. Intermittency is a key characteristic of flares that should become evident in the flux time evolution at many different wavelengths. We investigate the similarities and differences of the intermittency during a solar flare in bremsstrahlung hard X-rays and synchrotron+free-free submillimeter emission. For this we chose a particular event that presents […]

Observation of a Quasi-periodic Pulsation in Hard X-Ray, Radio, and Extreme-ultraviolet Wavelengths
by Pankaj Kumar, Valery M. Nakariakov and Kyung-Suk Cho

2016-08-02 389 views

Quasi-periodic pulsations (QPPs) with periods from a few seconds to several minutes are often observed during solar/stellar flares in X-ray, radio, and optical wavelength bands. The study of QPPs is useful to understand the physical mechanism for the energy release, plasma heating, and particle acceleration during solar flares…