2009 Solar REU Student Presentations:
 
 Matthew Chantry: "Modeling X-ray Bright Points on the Quiet Sun"
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Chester Curme: "How Does a Coronal Loop's Geometry Relate to its Other Properties?"
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Jonathan Constable: "A Flux Rope Model for CME Initiation Over Solar Cycle 23"
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Roderick Gray: "Flare Luminosity and the Relation to the Solar Wind and the Current Solar Minimum Conditions"
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Joel Leja: "Observing the Early Stages of CME Development in the Low Corona"
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Stephanie Moats: "Modeling Energy Release in Solar Flares"
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James Robertson: "The Hunt for a Link: Quantitative Conections Between Magnetic Fields and EIT Coronal Wave/CME properties"
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Julie Stern: "Nonlinear Force-Free Field Modeling of a Small but Dynamic Active Region"
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Caption: Two full disk images taken by the X-Ray Telescope aboard Hinode are taken one solar rotation apart. In the center of the left hand image are NOAA active regions 10931 and 10932. A rotation later the active regions have disappeared, but their effect is still noticeable in the long quiet sun loops. Yohkoh experts can comment on whether this was commonly seen by SXT. This type of evolution was seen in Skylab, though not this clearly (1982; ApJ 259, 359-365).

 
 

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