Solar X-ray Bursts as a Possible Predictor of the Magnetic Storm in November 2004
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Solar X-ray Bursts as a Possible Predictor of the Magnetic Storm in November 2004

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Английский

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523.985.3:550.385.4

рентгеновские вспышки на солнце; солнечное рентгеновское излучение; солнечная плазма; отклик геомагнитного поля; ГЕОС-12; solar X-ray bursts; solar plasma; response of the geomagnetic field; GEOS-12

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Solar Extreme Events Fundamental Science and Applied Aspects Nor-Amberd, Armenia 26-30 September 2005. – 2006

The geomagnetic severe storm on November 7-11, 2004 had Dst=-383 nT and had probably caused by the coronal mass ejection (CME) in interplanetary space. The burst of solar X-ray preceded the halo-ejection of solar plasma. The experimental fact testifying the global response of the geomagnetic field ("crochet" type) observed after the solar flare on November 6, 2004 is given. The reaction in the geomagnetic field lasted for several hours as well as X-ray bursts registered aboard GEOS-12.

Solar X-ray Bursts as a Possible Predictor of the Magnetic Storm in November 2004 / V. A. Velichko, D. G. Baishev, I. Ya. Plotnikov, N. G. Skryabin, R. N. Boroev // Solar Extreme Events Fundamental Science and Applied Aspects Nor-Amberd, Armenia 26-30 September 2005 : proceedings of the Second International Symposium / edited by A. Chilingarian and G. Karapetyan. − Erevan : Cosmic Ray Division, Alikhanyan Physics Institute, 2006. − P. 107-108.

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