Eruptive solar flares: proceedings of Colloquium no. 133 of the International Astronomical Union held at Iguaz˙, Argentina, 2-6 August, 1991

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Zdeněk Švestka, Bernard V. Jackson, Marcos E. Machado
Springer-Verlag, Mar 31, 1992 - Science - 409 pages
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This is an exhaustive survey of present-day solar research including both theory and observations. It deals with eruptive flares, filament eruption in x-rays and radio waves, energy release and transport, and terrestrial response to solar flares. Details of the most recent SOLAR-A project (launched shortly after the conference) are also presented.

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Preflare Situation and Flare Onset
The Role of Cancelling Magnetic Fields in the Buildup to Erupting Filaments
Variation of the Vector Magnetic Field in an Eruptive Flare Invited

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