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High Energy Solar Physics [electronic resource]

NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Staff; AIP Conference Proceedings
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
A I P Press [Imprint] April 1998 New York : Springer
Language
English
Series
AIP Conference Proceedings Ser
ISBN
9781563965425, 1563965429 (Trade Cloth)
Target Audience
Scholarly & Professional
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Mode of access: World wide Web.
Series Statement
AIP Conference Proceedings Ser. No. 374
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    a| Annotation b| Reports on recent developments in the study of solar flares, emphasizing work at high energies and addressing such persistent problems of the processes of flare energy release, particle acceleration, and accelerated particle transport and interaction. After reviewing the history of understanding about solar flare particle acceleration since 1942, the 53 papers cover energetic charged particles, x-rays, radio emission, and the theory of particle acceleration. Among the specific topics are high energy particle in interplanetary space on 11 June 1991, the spectral evolution of an intense gamma-ray line flare, nonthermal radio emission from coronal x-ray structures, and the formation of the helium-3 spectrum in impulsive solar flares. No subject index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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