High energy solar physics: anticipating HESSI : proceedings of a conference held in College Park, Maryland, 18-20 October, 1999

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R. Ramaty, Natalie Mandzhavidze
Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 2000 - Science - 477 pages
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From a meeting held at College Park, MD, 18-20 October 1999.

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Solar Flare Theory and the Status of Flare Understanding
Optical View of Particle Acceleration and Complementarity with HESSI
The Magnetic Circumstances of Large Flares

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