By Bernhard M. Haisch, Marcello Rodonò (auth.), Bernhard M. Haisch, Marcello Rodonò (eds.)

concert at Dinkelspiel Auditorium 'An night of Songs and Arias' hosted via Dr Kip Cranna of San Francisco Opera, produced and directed by means of Elizabeth Tucker, and that includes soprano Ellie Holt Murray, mezzo-soprano Marsha Sims; tenor Richard Walker, and baritone David Taft Kekuewa, with piano accompaniment via Mark Haffner, employees trainer for San Francisco Opera. medical topics sincerely emerged from this convention: (1) the main to growth in flare study lies in a multispectral technique with as a lot temporal answer because the photon fluxes enable; and (2) the foremost to realizing the physics lies in a dynamic interplay among sunlight and stellar investigations and investigators. throughout the 8 classes sunlight and stellar themes have been balanced and intermixed in 33 invited and oral shows. we're relatively happy that those complaints often is the springboard to ebook of solar-stellar articles within the magazine sun Physics. additionally, one hundred fifteen very interesting posters have been additionally displayed and a spouse quantity containing a lot of those is on the market as a book of the Catania Astrophysical Observatory. We devote this publication to the sunlight greatest undertaking and to the Flare big name Consor­ tium. To all our solar-stellar associates and co-workers: 'Thank you!' BERNHARD M. HAISCH and MARCELLO RODONO 28 March. 1989 an outline OF sun AND STELLAR FLARE study BERNHARD M. HAlSCH Div. 91-30. Bldg. 255. Lockheed Palo Alto study Laboratory. 3251 Hanover St .• Palo Alto. CA 94304. U.S.A.

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5-8 keY 175 16-30 keY 425 20:55:06 B N Lw Fig. 8. , 1985). 21 MAY 1980 ' ~ - - EMISSION MEASURE PRINCIPAL COMPONENT -- ----- EMISSION MEASURE BLUE - SHIFTED COMPONENT - - VELOCITY FROM BLUE - SHIFTED COMPONENT 300 CA XIX (3176 ~ '::J. 5 , III z 5i 50. ) 9 49. 5 ..... 49. 0 ::\!. r ...... oI'r·-·,f. . ;\.... ~ ; I I 48 . 5 48 . 10 21. 30 (UT) Fig. 9. Temporal evolution of the chromospheric evaporation velocity and the emission measure of the thermal soft X-ray source forming in the corona during the May 21 , 1980 flare.

Furthermore, if non-thermal widths were a result of a superposition of convective flows, they should be larger in disk flares, since vertical flows are predominant in evaporation. However, no such center-to-limb variation has been found with the present accuracy in the measure of turbulent velocity (vt = 100 ± 40 km s - I for disk flares and Vt = 120 ± 30 km s - I for limb flares). The consistency of turbulent velocities derived from Caxlx and Fexxv data, shown in Figure 6, confirms that the difference in Doppler and electron temperatures does not represent a real ion-electron temperature difference, which cannot be maintained for time intervals of minutes in a plasma at coronal flare densities.

2115 UT 2110 2100 2105 Fig. 7. Temporal evolution of the velocities, v' , derived for the upflows due to chromospheric evaporation 2055 and the impulsive emission in hard X-rays, signaling energy release, in the May 21, 1980 flare. If the upflowing material due to chromo spheric evaporation plays a dominant role in the formation of the thermal coronal plasma in flares, we expect a mass and energy balance between the evaporating material and the soft X-ray coronal source. , 1982; Antonucci, Gabriel, and Dennis, 1984).

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