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Paper: Understanding the Differences in Three Consecutive Large Flares
Volume: 456, The Fifth Hinode Science Meeting
Page: 61
Authors: Tarr, L.; Longcope, D.
Abstract: The active region NOAA 11158 produced three large flares over a 31 hour interval centered on 14 Feb. 2011. The flare ribbons observed in 1600Å AIA images reveal very different characters between the three. We use a model of the coronal magnetic field topology and its evolution to explain the differences in structures and energies of these three flares.
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