Solar Dynamical Processes II

  • Ashish Mishra Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal
  • Mukul Kumar State Key Laboratory of Space Weather, National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing

Abstract

The present article is the successor of Solar Dynamical Processes I. The previous article was focused on the Sun, its magnetic field with an emphasis on various dynamical processes occurring on the Sun, e.g. sunspots, prominence and bright points which in turn plays a fundamental role in regulating the space weather. This article is emphasized on the solar dynamical processes and develop an extensive understanding of the various phenomena involved in their origin. The article also covers various models and hypothesis put forward by pioneer scientists on the basis of their observation by space-borne and ground-based instruments. This article shade light over a wide range of dynamical processes e.g., solar flares, coronal mass ejections, solar jets and coronal holes. Solar jets, the small-scale transient activities are found to have association with the other transient activities (e.g., mini-flares and mini-filaments). Flares as well as the coronal mass ejections are responsible for releasing a large amount of high energy charged particles and magnetic flux into the interplanetary space, and are being considered as the main drivers of space weather.

Keywords: Solar Dynamical Processes, Solar Flare, Coronal Mass Ejection, Solar jets, Coronal Holes

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