Tag Archives: flare

99. A Comparative Study between A Failed and A Successful Eruption Initiated from the Same Polarity Inversion Line in AR 11387

Contributed by Lijuan Liu. Posted on May 22, 2018

Two flares occurred in a same active region above a same polarity inversion line, but one had a failed CME eruption but another one had a successful CME eruption. This study explored why that was the case.

97. Successive X-class Flares and Coronal Mass Ejections Driven by Shearing Motion and Sunspot Rotation in Active Region NOAA 12673

Contributed by Xiaoli Yan. Posted on April 26, 2018

Shearing motions and sunspot rotations found in NOAA AR 12673 are believed to lead the free energy buildup and flux rope formation, which are responsible for the two successive X-class flares.

79. Homologous Circular-Ribbon Flares Driven by Twisted Flux Emergence

Contributed by Zhi Xu. Posted on December 18, 2017

Two homologous circular-ribbon flares associated with two filament eruptions were observed and analyzed. The emergence of magnetic flux ropes helped to inject free energy into the region and drive the magnetic reconnection above it.

21. Three-ribbon Solar Flares: What Do They Imply for the 3D Magnetic Field Structure?

Contributed by Haimin Wang. Posted on June 27, 2014

Combining the outstanding capability of HMI/SDO  and NST/BBSO,  we studied two rarely observed three-ribbon flares. The flaring site is characterized with an intriguing &#8220fish-bone&#8221-like morphology. These results are discussed in favor of reconnection along the coronal null-line.