Full list of EIS publicatons

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Total number of papers: 632

2022

  1. Evolution of Plasma Composition in an Eruptive Flux Rope [0]
    Baker, D., Green, L. M., Brooks, D. H., Démoulin, P., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Mihailescu, T., To, A. S. H., Long, D. M., Yardley, S. L., Janvier, M. & Valori, G., ApJ, 924, 17
  2. AWSoM Magnetohydrodynamic Simulation of a Solar Active Region with Realistic Spectral Synthesis [0] NEW!
    Shi, Tong, Manchester, Ward, IV, Landi, Enrico, van der Holst, Bart, Szente, Judit, Chen, Yuxi, Tóth, Gábor, Bertello, Luca & Pevtsov, Alexander, ApJ, 928, 34
  3. Fast plasmoid-mediated reconnection in a solar flare [0]
    Yan, Xiaoli, Xue, Zhike, Jiang, Chaowei, Priest, E. R., Kliem, Bernhard, Yang, Liheng, Wang, Jincheng, Kong, Defang, Song, Yongliang, Feng, Xueshang & Liu, Zhong, Nature Communications, 13, 640

2021

  1. Physical Characteristics of Unstructured Coronal Clouds [0] NEW!
    Asgari-Targhi, M., Golub, L., Hahn, M., Karna, N. & Savin, D. W., ApJ, 910, 113
  2. Plasma Upflows Induced by Magnetic Reconnection Above an Eruptive Flux Rope [1]
    Baker, Deborah, Mihailescu, Teodora, Démoulin, Pascal, Green, Lucie M., van Driel-Gesztelyi, Lidia, Valori, Gherardo, Brooks, David H., Long, David M. & Janvier, Miho, Solar Physics, 296, 103
  3. Alfvénic Perturbations in a Sunspot Chromosphere Linked to Fractionated Plasma in the Corona [7]
    Baker, Deborah, Stangalini, Marco, Valori, Gherardo, Brooks, David H., To, Andy S. H., van Driel-Gesztelyi, Lidia, Démoulin, Pascal, Stansby, David, Jess, David B. & Jafarzadeh, Shahin, ApJ, 907, 16
  4. Comparison of active region upflow and core properties using simultaneous spectroscopic observations from IRIS and Hinode [3]
    Barczynski, Krzysztof, Harra, Louise, Kleint, Lucia, Panos, Brandon & Brooks, David H., A&A, 651, A112
  5. Signature and escape of highly fractionated plasma in an active region [0]
    Brooks, David H. & Yardley, Stephanie L., MNRAS, 508, 1831
  6. The source of the major solar energetic particle events from super active region 11944 [10]
    Brooks, David H. & Yardley, Stephanie L., Science Advances, 7, eabf0068
  7. The Formation and Lifetime of Outflows in a Solar Active Region [3]
    Brooks, David H., Harra, Louise, Bale, Stuart D., Barczynski, Krzysztof, Mandrini, Cristina, Polito, Vanessa & Warren, Harry P., ApJ, 917, 25
  8. Measurements of Coronal Magnetic Field Strengths in Solar Active Region Loops [4]
    Brooks, David H., Warren, Harry P. & Landi, Enrico, ApJ, 915, L24
  9. Electron Densities in the Solar Corona Measured Simultaneously in the Extreme Ultraviolet and Infrared [1]
    Dudík, Jaroslav, Del Zanna, Giulio, Rybák, Ján, Lörinčík, Juraj, Dzifčáková, Elena, Mason, Helen E., Tomczyk, Steven & Galloy, Michael, ApJ, 906, 118
  10. The active region source of a type III radio storm observed by Parker Solar Probe during encounter 2 [7]
    Harra, L., Brooks, D. H., Bale, S. D., Mandrini, C. H., Barczynski, K., Sharma, R., Badman, S. T., Vargas Domínguez, S. & Pulupa, M., A&A, 650, A7
  11. Dynamics in the Transition Region beneath Active Region Upflows Viewed by IRIS [2]
    Huang, Zhenghua, Xia, Lidong, Fu, Hui, Hou, Zhenyong & Wang, Ziyuan, ApJ, 918, 33
  12. Nonequilibrium Ionization Plasma during a Large Solar Limb Flare Observed by Hinode/EIS [0]
    Imada, S., ApJ, 914, L28
  13. The Energy Conversion Rate of an Active Region Transient Brightening Estimated by Hinode Spectroscopic Observations [0]
    Kawai, Toshiki & Imada, Shinsuke, ApJ, 918, 51
  14. Hinode/EIS Coronal Magnetic Field Measurements at the Onset of a C2 Flare [7]
    Landi, E., Li, W., Brage, T. & Hutton, R., ApJ, 913, 1
  15. Comparison of LOS Doppler Velocities and Non-thermal Line Widths in the Off-limb Solar Corona Measured Simultaneously by CoMP and Ninode/EIS [0] NEW!
    Lee, Jae-Ok, Lee, Kyoung-Sun, Seough, Jungjoon & Cho, Kyung-Suk, Journal of Korean Astronomical Society, 54, 49
  16. The Photospheric Footpoints of Solar Coronal Hole Jets [4]
    Muglach, K., ApJ, 909, 133
  17. Linking the Sun to the Heliosphere Using Composition Data and Modelling [2]
    Parenti, Susanna, Chifu, Iulia, Del Zanna, Giulio, Edmondson, Justin, Giunta, Alessandra, Hansteen, Viggo H., Higginson, Aleida, Laming, J. Martin, Lepri, Susan T., Lynch, Benjamin J., Rivera, Yeimy J., von Steiger, Rudolf, Wiegelmann, Thomas, Wimmer-Schweingruber, Robert F., Zambrana Prado, Natalia & Pelouze, Gabriel, Space Science Reviews, 217, 78
  18. Stereoscopic measurements of coronal Doppler velocities [1]
    Podladchikova, O., Harra, L., Barczynski, K., Mandrini, C. H., Auchère, F., Berghmans, D., Buchlin, É., Dolla, L., Mierla, M., Parenti, S. & Rodriguez, L., A&A, 655, A57
  19. Probing Upflowing Regions in the Quiet Sun and Coronal Holes [0]
    Schwanitz, Conrad, Harra, Louise, Raouafi, Nour E., Sterling, Alphonse C., Moreno Vacas, Alejandro, del Toro Iniesta, Jose Carlos, Orozco Suárez, David & Hara, Hirohisa, Solar Physics, 296, 175
  20. Sensitivity of solar wind mass flux to coronal temperature [4]
    Stansby, D., Berčič, L., Matteini, L., Owen, C. J., French, R. J., Baker, D. & Badman, S. T., A&A, 650, L2
  21. The Spatial and Temporal Variations of Turbulence in a Solar Flare [0]
    Stores, Morgan, Jeffrey, Natasha L. S. & Kontar, Eduard P., ApJ, 923, 40
  22. The Evolution of Plasma Composition during a Solar Flare [4]
    To, Andy S. H., Long, David M., Baker, Deborah, Brooks, David H., van Driel-Gesztelyi, Lidia, Laming, J. Martin & Valori, Gherardo, ApJ, 911, 86
  23. Formation of a Solar Filament by Magnetic Reconnection, Associated Chromospheric Evaporation, and Subsequent Coronal Condensation [1]
    Yang, Bo, Yang, Jiayan, Bi, Yi, Hong, Junchao & Xu, Zhe, ApJ, 921, L33
  24. Widespread occurrence of high-velocity upflows in solar active regions [2]
    Yardley, S. L., Brooks, D. H. & Baker, D., A&A, 650, L10
  25. Fe XII and Fe XIII Line Widths in the Polar Off-limb Solar Corona up to 1.5 R [0]
    Zhu, Yingjie, Szente, Judit & Landi, Enrico, ApJ, 913, 74

2020

  1. Can Subphotospheric Magnetic Reconnection Change the Elemental Composition in the Solar Corona? [6]
    Baker, Deborah, van Driel-Gesztelyi, Lidia, Brooks, David H., Démoulin, Pascal, Valori, Gherardo, Long, David M., Laming, J. Martin, To, Andy S. H. & James, Alexander W., ApJ, 894, 35
  2. Intrusion of Magnetic Peninsula toward the Neighboring Opposite-polarity Region That Triggers the Largest Solar Flare in Solar Cycle 24 [6]
    Bamba, Yumi, Inoue, Satoshi & Imada, Shinsuke, ApJ, 894, 29
  3. The Drivers of Active Region Outflows into the Slow Solar Wind [12]
    Brooks, David H., Winebarger, Amy R., Savage, Sabrina, Warren, Harry P., De Pontieu, Bart, Peter, Hardi, Cirtain, Jonathan W., Golub, Leon, Kobayashi, Ken, McIntosh, Scott W., McKenzie, David, Morton, Richard, Rachmeler, Laurel, Testa, Paola, Tiwari, Sanjiv & Walsh, Robert, ApJ, 894, 144
  4. The Multi-slit Approach to Coronal Spectroscopy with the Multi-slit Solar Explorer (MUSE) [12]
    De Pontieu, Bart, Martínez-Sykora, Juan, Testa, Paola, Winebarger, Amy R., Daw, Adrian, Hansteen, Viggo, Cheung, Mark C. M. & Antolin, Patrick, ApJ, 888, 3
  5. Dynamics of Late-stage Reconnection in the 2017 September 10 Solar Flare [5]
    French, Ryan J., Matthews, Sarah A., van Driel-Gesztelyi, Lidia, Long, David M. & Judge, Philip G., ApJ, 900, 192
  6. Formation and dynamics of transequatorial loops [2] NEW!
    Ghosh, Avyarthana & Tripathi, Durgesh, A&A, 640, A3
  7. Locating Hot Plasma in Small Flares using Spectroscopic Overlappogram Data from the Hinode EUV Imaging Spectrometer [1]
    Harra, Louise, Matthews, Sarah, Long, David, Hasegawa, Takahiro, Lee, Kyoung-Sun, Reeves, Katharine K., Shimizu, Toshifumi, Hara, Hirohisa & Woods, Magnus, Solar Physics, 295, 34
  8. Emergence of small-scale magnetic flux in the quiet Sun [6]
    Kontogiannis, I., Tsiropoula, G., Tziotziou, K., Gontikakis, C., Kuckein, C., Verma, M. & Denker, C., A&A, 633, A67
  9. Hinode/EIS Measurements of Active-region Magnetic Fields [11]
    Landi, E., Hutton, R., Brage, T. & Li, W., ApJ, 904, 87
  10. A Solar Magnetic-fan Flaring Arch Heated by Nonthermal Particles and Hot Plasma from an X-Ray Jet Eruption [2]
    Lee, Kyoung-Sun, Hara, Hirohisa, Watanabe, Kyoko, Joshi, Anand D., Brooks, David H., Imada, Shinsuke, Prasad, Avijeet, Dang, Phillip, Shimizu, Toshifumi, Savage, Sabrina L., Moore, Ronald, Panesar, Navdeep K. & Reep, Jeffrey W., ApJ, 895, 42
  11. Plasma Diagnostics from Active Region and Quiet-Sun Spectra Observed by Hinode/EIS: Quantifying the Departures from a Maxwellian Distribution [5]
    Lörinčík, Juraj, Dudík, Jaroslav, del Zanna, Giulio, Dzifčáková, Elena & Mason, Helen E., ApJ, 893, 34
  12. Spectroscopic detection of coronal plasma flows in loops undergoing thermal non-equilibrium cycles [7]
    Pelouze, Gabriel, Auchère, Frédéric, Bocchialini, Karine, Froment, Clara, Parenti, Susanna & Soubrié, Elie, A&A, 634, A54
  13. IRIS Observations of the Low-atmosphere Counterparts of Active Region Outflows [8]
    Polito, Vanessa, De Pontieu, Bart, Testa, Paola, Brooks, David H. & Hansteen, Viggo, ApJ, 903, 68
  14. Hot Plasma Flows and Oscillations in the Loop-top Region During the 2017 September 10 X8.2 Solar Flare [12]
    Reeves, Katharine K., Polito, Vanessa, Chen, Bin, Galan, Giselle, Yu, Sijie, Liu, Wei & Li, Gang, ApJ, 905, 165
  15. Directly comparing coronal and solar wind elemental fractionation [8]
    Stansby, D., Baker, D., Brooks, D. H. & Owen, C. J., A&A, 640, A28
  16. On the Coronal Temperature in Solar Microflares [6]
    Testa, Paola & Reale, Fabio, ApJ, 902, 31
  17. Observation and Modeling of High-temperature Solar Active Region Emission during the High-resolution Coronal Imager Flight of 2018 May 29 [4]
    Warren, Harry P., Reep, Jeffrey W., Crump, Nicholas A., Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio, Brooks, David H., Winebarger, Amy R., Savage, Sabrina, De Pontieu, Bart, Peter, Hardi, Cirtain, Jonathan W., Golub, Leon, Kobayashi, Ken, McKenzie, David, Morton, Richard, Rachmeler, Laurel, Testa, Paola, Tiwari, Sanjiv & Walsh, Robert, ApJ, 896, 51
  18. White-light Emission and Chromospheric Response by an X1.8-class Flare on 2012 October 23 [1]
    Watanabe, Kyoko & Imada, Shinsuke, ApJ, 891, 88
  19. Sunquake with a second bounce, other sunquakes, and emission associated with the X9.3 flare of 6 September 2017. I. Observations [4]
    Zharkov, Sergei, Matthews, Sarah, Zharkova, Valentina, Druett, Malcolm, Inoue, Satoshi, Dammasch, Ingolf E. & Macrae, Connor, A&A, 639, A78

2019

  1. Transient Inverse-FIP Plasma Composition Evolution within a Solar Flare [16]
    Baker, Deborah, van Driel-Gesztelyi, Lidia, Brooks, David H., Valori, Gherardo, James, Alexander W., Laming, J. Martin, Long, David M., Démoulin, Pascal, Green, Lucie M., Matthews, Sarah A., Oláh, Katalin & Kővári, Zsolt, ApJ, 875, 35
  2. Properties of the Diffuse Emission around Warm Loops in Solar Active Regions [6]
    Brooks, David H., ApJ, 873, 26
  3. Investigations of a supra-arcade fan and termination shock above the top of the flare-loop system of the 2017 September 10 event [10]
    Cai, Qiangwei, Shen, Chengcai, Raymond, John C., Mei, Zhixing, Warmuth, Alexander, Roussev, Ilia I. & Lin, Jun, MNRAS, 489, 3183
  4. Multi-component Decomposition of Astronomical Spectra by Compressed Sensing [9]
    Cheung, Mark C. M., De Pontieu, Bart, Martínez-Sykora, Juan, Testa, Paola, Winebarger, Amy R., Daw, Adrian, Hansteen, Viggo, Antolin, Patrick, Tarbell, Theodore D., Wuelser, Jean-Pierre, Young, Peter & MUSE Team, ApJ, 882, 13
  5. Slitless Solar Imaging Spectroscopy [0]
    Davila, Joseph M., Oktem, Figen S. & Kamalabadi, Farzad, ApJ, 883, 7
  6. Hinode EIS line widths in the quiet corona up to 1.5 R [8]
    Del Zanna, G., Gupta, G. R. & Mason, H. E., A&A, 631, A163
  7. The Variability of Solar Coronal Abundances in Active Regions and the Quiet Sun [6]
    Doschek, G. A. & Warren, H. P., ApJ, 884, 158
  8. Exploring the damping of Alfvén waves along a long off-limb coronal loop, up to 1.4 R [6]
    Gupta, G. R., Del Zanna, G. & Mason, H. E., A&A, 627, A62
  9. Nonthermal Motions in a Polar Coronal Hole Measured with Hinode/EIS during an on-Orbit Partial Solar Eclipse on 2017 August 21 [4]
    Hara, Hirohisa, ApJ, 887, 122
  10. Velocity Structure and Temperature Dependence of an Extreme-Ultraviolet Jet Observed by Hinode [1]
    Kawai, T., Kanda, N. & Imada, S., Solar Physics, 294, 74
  11. Spectroscopic Constraints on the Cross-sectional Asymmetry and Expansion of Active Region Loops [7]
    Kucera, T. A., Young, P. R., Klimchuk, J. A. & DeForest, C. E., ApJ, 885, 7
  12. Active Region Modulation of Coronal Hole Solar Wind [5]
    Macneil, Allan R., Owen, Christopher J., Baker, Deborah, Brooks, David H., Harra, Louise K., Long, David M. & Wicks, Robert T., ApJ, 887, 146
  13. Coronal Plasma Characterization via Coordinated Infrared and Extreme Ultraviolet Observations of a Total Solar Eclipse [9]
    Madsen, Chad A., Samra, Jenna E., Del Zanna, Giulio & DeLuca, Edward E., ApJ, 880, 102
  14. Solar microflares: a case study on temperatures and the Fe XVIII emission [7]
    Mitra-Kraev, U. & Del Zanna, G., A&A, 628, A134
  15. Unified interpretation of flows associated with condensation and evaporation cycles in coronal loops [0] NEW!
    Pelouze, Gabriel, Ph.D. Thesis
  16. Comprehensive Determination of the Hinode/EIS Roll Angle [2]
    Pelouze, Gabriel, Auchère, Frédéric, Bocchialini, Karine, Harra, Louise, Baker, Deborah, Warren, Harry P., Brooks, David H. & Mariska, John T., Solar Physics, 294, 59
  17. A Two-sided Loop X-Ray Solar Coronal Jet Driven by a Minifilament Eruption [13]
    Sterling, Alphonse C., Harra, Louise K., Moore, Ronald L. & Falconer, David A., ApJ, 871, 220
  18. SPECTRUM: Synthetic Spectral Calculations for Global Space Plasma Modeling [5]
    Szente, J., Landi, E., Manchester, W. B., IV, Toth, G., van der Holst, B. & Gombosi, T. I., ApJS, 242, 1
  19. Spectroscopy and Differential Emission Measure Diagnostics of a Coronal Dimming Associated with a Fast Halo CME [18]
    Veronig, Astrid M., Gömöry, Peter, Dissauer, Karin, Temmer, Manuela & Vanninathan, Kamalam, ApJ, 879, 85
  20. Measuring relative abundances in the solar corona with optimised linear combinations of spectral lines [2]
    Zambrana Prado, Natalia & Buchlin, Éric, A&A, 632, A20

2018

  1. Coronal Elemental Abundances in Solar Emerging Flux Regions [15]
    Baker, Deborah, Brooks, David H., van Driel-Gesztelyi, Lidia, James, Alexander W., Démoulin, Pascal, Long, David M., Warren, Harry P. & Williams, David R., ApJ, 856, 71
  2. A Diagnostic of Coronal Elemental Behavior during the Inverse FIP Effect in Solar Flares [3]
    Brooks, David H., ApJ, 863, 140
  3. Observations of Turbulent Magnetic Reconnection within a Solar Current Sheet [69]
    Cheng, X., Li, Y., Wan, L. F., Ding, M. D., Chen, P. F., Zhang, J. & Liu, J. J., ApJ, 866, 64
  4. Predicting the COSIE-C Signal from the Outer Corona up to 3 Solar Radii [11]
    Del Zanna, Giulio, Raymond, John, Andretta, Vincenzo, Telloni, Daniele & Golub, Leon, ApJ, 865, 132
  5. Photospheric and Coronal Abundances in an X8.3 Class Limb Flare [11]
    Doschek, G. A., Warren, H. P., Harra, L. K., Culhane, J. L., Watanabe, T. & Hara, H., ApJ, 853, 178
  6. Observation and Modeling of Chromospheric Evaporation in a Coronal Loop Related to Active Region Transient Brightening [14]
    Gupta, G. R., Sarkar, Aveek & Tripathi, Durgesh, ApJ, 857, 137
  7. Magnetic Loops above a Small Flux-emerging Region Observed by IRIS, Hinode, and SDO [10]
    Huang, Zhenghua, ApJ, 869, 175
  8. Spectroscopic Measurements of the Ion Velocity Distribution at the Base of the Fast Solar Wind [6]
    Jeffrey, Natasha L. S., Hahn, Michael, Savin, Daniel W. & Fletcher, Lyndsay, ApJ, 855, L13
  9. Probing the Quiet Solar Atmosphere from the Photosphere to the Corona [5]
    Kontogiannis, Ioannis, Gontikakis, Costis, Tsiropoula, Georgia & Tziotziou, Kostas, Solar Physics, 293, 56
  10. Spectroscopic Observations of a Current Sheet in a Solar Flare [40]
    Li, Y., Xue, J. C., Ding, M. D., Cheng, X., Su, Y., Feng, L., Hong, J., Li, H. & Gan, W. Q., ApJ, 853, L15
  11. Plasma Evolution within an Erupting Coronal Cavity [23]
    Long, David M., Harra, Louise K., Matthews, Sarah A., Warren, Harry P., Lee, Kyoung-Sun, Doschek, George A., Hara, Hirohisa & Jenkins, Jack M., ApJ, 855, 74
  12. On the Performance of Multi-Instrument Solar Flare Observations During Solar Cycle 24 [6]
    Milligan, Ryan O. & Ireland, Jack, Solar Physics, 293, 18
  13. Flare-related Recurring Active Region Jets: Evidence for Very Hot Plasma [4]
    Mulay, Sargam M., Matthews, Sarah, Hasegawa, Takahiro, Del Zanna, Giulio, Mason, Helen & Shimizu, Toshifumi, Solar Physics, 293, 160
  14. Broad Non-Gaussian Fe XXIV Line Profiles in the Impulsive Phase of the 2017 September 10 X8.3-class Flare Observed by Hinode/EIS [33]
    Polito, Vanessa, Dudík, Jaroslav, Kašparová, Jana, Dzifčáková, Elena, Reeves, Katharine K., Testa, Paola & Chen, Bin, ApJ, 864, 63
  15. Spectroscopic Observations of Current Sheet Formation and Evolution [82]
    Warren, Harry P., Brooks, David H., Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio, Reep, Jeffrey W., Crump, Nicholas A. & Doschek, George A., ApJ, 854, 122
  16. EUV Emission and Scattered Light Diagnostics of Equatorial Coronal Holes as Seen by Hinode/EIS [11]
    Wendeln, Carolyn & Landi, Enrico, ApJ, 856, 28
  17. The Triggering of the 2014 March 29 Filament Eruption [13]
    Woods, Magnus M., Inoue, Satoshi, Harra, Louise K., Matthews, Sarah A., Kusano, Kanya & Kalmoni, Nadine M. E., ApJ, 860, 163
  18. Incorporating Uncertainties in Atomic Data into the Analysis of Solar and Stellar Observations: A Case Study in Fe XIII [16]
    Yu, Xixi, Del Zanna, Giulio, Stenning, David C., Cisewski-Kehe, Jessi, Kashyap, Vinay L., Stein, Nathan, van Dyk, David A., Warren, Harry P. & Weber, Mark A., ApJ, 866, 146

2017

  1. Apparent and Intrinsic Evolution of Active Region Upflows [10]
    Baker, Deborah, Janvier, Miho, Démoulin, Pascal & Mandrini, Cristina H., Solar Physics, 292, 46
  2. Study on Precursor Activity of the X1.6 Flare in the Great AR 12192 with SDO, IRIS, and Hinode [19]
    Bamba, Yumi, Lee, Kyoung-Sun, Imada, Shinsuke & Kusano, Kanya, ApJ, 840, 116
  3. Explosive Chromospheric Evaporation and Warm Rain in a C3.1 Flare Observed by IRIS, Hinode/EIS, and RHESSI [11]
    Brosius, Jeffrey W. & Inglis, Andrew R., ApJ, 848, 39
  4. Sunspots, Starspots, and Elemental Abundances [14]
    Doschek, G. A. & Warren, H. P., ApJ, 844, 52
  5. Fan Loops Observed by IRIS, EIS, and AIA [10]
    Ghosh, Avyarthana, Tripathi, Durgesh, Gupta, G. R., Polito, Vanessa, Mason, Helen E. & Solanki, Sami K., ApJ, 835, 244
  6. Spectroscopic Evidence of Alfvén Wave Damping in the Off-limb Solar Corona [11]
    Gupta, G. R., ApJ, 836, 4
  7. Measuring Velocities in the Early Stage of an Eruption: Using “Overlappogram” Data from Hinode EIS [4]
    Harra, Louise K., Hara, Hirohisa, Doschek, George A., Matthews, Sarah, Warren, Harry, Culhane, J. Leonard & Woods, Magnus M., ApJ, 842, 58
  8. A study of the long term evolution in active region upflows [7]
    Harra, Louise K., Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio, De Rosa, Marc, Mandrini, Cristina, van Driel-Gesztelyi, Lidia, Baker, Deborah, Culhane, J. Leonard & Démoulin, Pascal, Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 69, 47
  9. On-Disc Observations of Flux Rope Formation Prior to Its Eruption [38]
    James, A. W., Green, L. M., Palmerio, E., Valori, G., Reid, H. A. S., Baker, D., Brooks, D. H., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L. & Kilpua, E. K. J., Solar Physics, 292, 71
  10. Non-Gaussian Velocity Distributions in Solar Flares from Extreme Ultraviolet Lines: A Possible Diagnostic of Ion Acceleration [26]
    Jeffrey, Natasha L. S., Fletcher, Lyndsay & Labrosse, Nicolas, ApJ, 836, 35
  11. Turbulent Kinetic Energy in the Energy Balance of a Solar Flare [40]
    Kontar, E. P., Perez, J. E., Harra, L. K., Kuznetsov, A. A., Emslie, A. G., Jeffrey, N. L. S., Bian, N. H. & Dennis, B. R., Physical Review Letters, 118, 155101
  12. IRIS, Hinode, SDO, and RHESSI Observations of a White Light Flare Produced Directly by Nonthermal Electrons [27]
    Lee, Kyoung-Sun, Imada, Shinsuke, Watanabe, Kyoko, Bamba, Yumi & Brooks, David H., ApJ, 836, 150
  13. Comparing UV/EUV line parameters and magnetic field in a quiescent prominence with tornadoes [9]
    Levens, P. J., Labrosse, N., Schmieder, B., López Ariste, A. & Fletcher, L., A&A, 607, A16
  14. Temperature and density structure of a recurring active region jet [11]
    Mulay, Sargam M., Del Zanna, Giulio & Mason, Helen, A&A, 598, A11
  15. Multi-instrument observations of a failed flare eruption associated with MHD waves in a loop bundle [21]
    Nisticò, G., Polito, V., Nakariakov, V. M. & Del Zanna, G., A&A, 600, A37
  16. Spectroscopy of Very Hot Plasma in Non-flaring Parts of a Solar Limb Active Region: Spatial and Temporal Properties [17]
    Parenti, Susanna, del Zanna, Giulio, Petralia, Antonino, Reale, Fabio, Teriaca, Luca, Testa, Paola & Mason, Helen E., ApJ, 846, 25
  17. Analysis and modelling of recurrent solar flares observed with Hinode/EIS on March 9, 2012 [31]
    Polito, V., Del Zanna, G., Valori, G., Pariat, E., Mason, H. E., Dudík, J. & Janvier, M., A&A, 601, A39
  18. Observational Signatures of a Kink-unstable Coronal Flux Rope Using Hinode/EIS [8]
    Snow, B., Botha, G. J. J., Régnier, S., Morton, R. J., Verwichte, E. & Young, P. R., ApJ, 842, 16
  19. Observations of Reconnection Flows in a Flare on the Solar Disk [9]
    Wang, Juntao, Simões, P. J. A., Jeffrey, N. L. S., Fletcher, L., Wright, P. J. & Hannah, I. G., ApJ, 847, L1
  20. Sparse Bayesian Inference and the Temperature Structure of the Solar Corona [7]
    Warren, Harry P., Byers, Jeff M. & Crump, Nicholas A., ApJ, 836, 215
  21. Neon-like Iron Ion Lines Measured in NIFS/Large Helical Device (LHD) and Hinode/EUV Imaging Spectrometer (EIS) [2]
    Watanabe, Tetsuya, Hara, Hirohisa, Murakami, Izumi, Kato, Daiji, Sakaue, Hiroyuki A., Morita, Shigeru, Suzuki, Chihiro, Tamura, Naoki, Yamamoto, Norimasa & Nakamura, Nobuyuki, ApJ, 842, 12
  22. Observations and Modelling of the Pre-flare Period of the 29 March 2014 X1 Flare [18]
    Woods, M. M., Harra, L. K., Matthews, S. A., Mackay, D. H., Dacie, S. & Long, D. M., Solar Physics, 292, 38
  23. The Plasma Parameters and Geometry of Cool and Warm Active Region Loops [25]
    Xie, Haixia, Madjarska, Maria S., Li, Bo, Huang, Zhenghua, Xia, Lidong, Wiegelmann, Thomas, Fu, Hui & Mou, Chaozhou, ApJ, 842, 38

2016

  1. Measurements of Non-thermal Line Widths in Solar Active Regions [40]
    Brooks, David H. & Warren, Harry P., ApJ, 820, 63
  2. Quasi-periodic Fluctuations and Chromospheric Evaporation in a Solar Flare Ribbon Observed by Hinode/EIS, IRIS, and RHESSI [32]
    Brosius, Jeffrey W., Daw, Adrian N. & Inglis, Andrew R., ApJ, 830, 101
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2015

  1. Modeling of Hot Plasma in the Solar Active Region Core [7]
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  2. FIP Bias Evolution in a Decaying Active Region [25]
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  4. Hα and EUV Observations of a Partial CME [2]
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    Del Zanna, Giulio, Tripathi, Durgesh, Mason, Helen, Subramanian, Srividya & O'Dwyer, Brendan, A&A, 573, A104
  6. Some results from the exploration of the solar atmosphere with high-resolution x-ray-EUV spectroscopy at the Naval Research Laboratory [0]
    Doschek, G. A., Applied Optics, 54, F50
  7. Anomalous Relative Ar/Ca Coronal Abundances Observed by the Hinode/EUV Imaging Spectrometer Near Sunspots [32]
    Doschek, G. A., Warren, H. P. & Feldman, U., ApJ, 808, L7
  8. Flare Footpoint Regions and a Surge Observed by Hinode/EIS, RHESSI, and SDO/AIA [9]
    Doschek, G. A., Warren, H. P., Dennis, B. R., Reep, J. W. & Caspi, A., ApJ, 813, 32
  9. Imaging and Spectroscopic Observations of a Transient Coronal Loop: Evidence for the Non-Maxwellian K Distributions [25]
    Dudík, Jaroslav, Mackovjak, Šimon, Dzifčáková, Elena, Del Zanna, Giulio, Williams, David R., Karlický, Marian, Mason, Helen E., Lörinčík, Juraj, Kotrč, Pavel, Fárník, František & Zemanová, Alena, ApJ, 807, 123
  10. On Extreme-ultraviolet Helium Line Intensity Enhancement Factors on the Sun [11]
    Giunta, A. S., Fludra, A., Lanzafame, A. C., O'Mullane, M. G., Summers, H. P. & Curdt, W., ApJ, 803, 66
  11. Determining energy balance in the flaring chromosphere from oxygen V line ratios [7]
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  12. Relative Abundance Measurements in Plumes and Interplumes [7]
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  13. Spectroscopic Observations of a Coronal Loop: Basic Physical Plasma Parameters Along the Full Loop Length [18]
    Gupta, G. R., Tripathi, Durgesh & Mason, Helen E., ApJ, 800, 140
  14. A Study of the Coronal Non-thermal Velocity in Polar Regions During the Rise from Solar Minimum to Solar Maximum in Cycle 24 [3]
    Harra, L., Baker, D., Edwards, S. J., Hara, H., Howe, R. & van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Solar Physics, 290, 3203
  15. Observation and numerical modeling of chromospheric evaporation during the impulsive phase of a solar flare [17]
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  18. Electron Density of Active Region Outflows Measured by the EUV Imaging Spectrometer on board Hinode [4]
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  19. The Fast Filament Eruption Leading to the X-flare on 2014 March 29 [50]
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  20. Photospheric Abundances of Polar Jets on the Sun Observed by Hinode [9]
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  21. A solar tornado observed by EIS. Plasma diagnostics [21]
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  22. Observations and Modeling of Solar Flare Atmospheric Dynamics [2]
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  24. The Energetics of a Global Shock Wave in the Low Solar Corona [14]
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  27. Spectroscopic Signatures Related to a Sunquake [18]
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  28. Extreme Ultra-Violet Spectroscopy of the Lower Solar Atmosphere During Solar Flares (Invited Review) [36]
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  29. A Steady-state Picture of Solar Wind Acceleration and Charge State Composition Derived from a Global Wave-driven MHD Model [36]
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  30. Spectroradiometry with space telescopes [3]
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  32. Physics of outflows near solar active regions [3]
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2014

  1. Comparison of Extreme Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer Observations of Solar Coronal Loops with Alfvén Wave Turbulence Models [29]
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  2. FIP bias in a sigmoidal active region [1]
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  3. Photometric and Thermal Cross-calibration of Solar EUV Instruments [70]
    Boerner, P. F., Testa, P., Warren, H., Weber, M. A. & Schrijver, C. J., Solar Physics, 289, 2377
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  7. Tracking Solar Active Region Outflow Plasma from Its Source to the Near-Earth Environment [36]
    Culhane, J. L., Brooks, D. H., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Démoulin, P., Baker, D., DeRosa, M. L., Mandrini, C. H., Zhao, L. & Zurbuchen, T. H., Solar Physics, 289, 3799
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  9. Atomic data for astrophysics: Fe IX [21]
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  10. Plasma Dynamics Above Solar Flare Soft X-Ray Loop Tops [29]
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  11. Possible signature of Alfvén wave dissipation in the localized magnetic funnels of the equatorial solar corona [1]
    Dwivedi, Bhola N., Srivastava, Abhishek Kumar & Mohan, Anita, Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 66, S13
  12. Far- and Extreme-UV Solar Spectral Irradiance and Radiance from Simplified Atmospheric Physical Models [33]
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  13. Measurements of Outflow Velocities in on-disk Plumes from EIS/Hinode Observations [15]
    Fu, Hui, Xia, Lidong, Li, Bo, Huang, Zhenghua, Jiao, Fangran & Mou, Chaozhou, ApJ, 794, 109
  14. Study of Extreme-ultraviolet Emission and Properties of a Coronal Streamer from PROBA2/SWAP, Hinode/EIS and Mauna Loa Mk4 Observations [18]
    Goryaev, F., Slemzin, V., Vainshtein, L. & Williams, David R., ApJ, 781, 100
  15. Evidence for Wave Heating of the Quiet-Sun Corona [35]
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  16. Coronal behavior before the large flare onset [13]
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  17. Constraining hot plasma in a non-flaring solar active region with FOXSI hard X-ray observations [24]
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  18. The Temperature of Quiescent Streamers during Solar Cycles 23 and 24 [8]
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  19. Spectroscopic Study of a Dark Lane and a Cool Loop in a Solar Limb Active Region by Hinode/EIS [3]
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  20. Heating and Dynamics of Two Flare Loop Systems Observed by AIA and EIS [12]
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  21. Differential emission measure analysis of active region cores and quiet Sun for the non-Maxwellian κ-distributions [19]
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  22. Validation of Spectroscopic Model for Fe Ions in Non-Equilibrium Ionization Plasma in LHD and Hinode [5]
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  25. Comparative Analysis of a Transition Region Bright Point with a Blinker and Coronal Bright Point Using Multiple EIS Emission Lines [7]
    Orange, N. Brice, Oluseyi, Hakeem M., Chesny, David L., Patel, Maulik, Hesterly, Katie, Preuss, Lauren, Neira, Chantale & Turner, Niescja E., Solar Physics, 289, 1557
  26. Solar Prominences: Observations [150]
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  27. Core and Wing Densities of Asymmetric Coronal Spectral Profiles: Implications for the Mass Supply of the Solar Corona [16]
    Patsourakos, S., Klimchuk, J. A. & Young, P. R., ApJ, 781, 58
  28. Thermal structure of a hot non-flaring corona from Hinode/EIS [15]
    Petralia, A., Reale, F., Testa, P. & Del Zanna, G., A&A, 564, A3
  29. Hot Topic, Warm Loops, Cooling Plasma? Multithermal Analysis of Active Region Loops [15]
    Schmelz, J. T., Pathak, S., Brooks, D. H., Christian, G. M. & Dhaliwal, R. S., ApJ, 795, 171
  30. On Thermal-Pulse-Driven Plasma Flows in Coronal Funnels as Observed by the Hinode/ EUV Imaging Spectrometer (EIS) [7]
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  34. Determining Heating Timescales in Solar Active Region Cores from AIA/SDO Fe XVIII Images [30]
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  35. The Absolute Calibration of the EUV Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [50]
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2013

  1. Plasma Composition in a Sigmoidal Anemone Active Region [28]
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  2. On-Orbit Degradation of Solar Instruments [64]
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  3. Observationally driven 3D magnetohydrodynamics model of the solar corona above an active region [45]
    Bourdin, Ph. -A., Bingert, S. & Peter, H., A&A, 555, A123
  4. High Spatial Resolution Observations of Loops in the Solar Corona [77]
    Brooks, David H., Warren, Harry P., Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio & Winebarger, Amy R., ApJ, 772, L19
  5. Rapid Evolution of the Solar Atmosphere during the Impulsive Phase of a Microflare Observed with the Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer aboard Hinode: Hints of Chromospheric Magnetic Reconnection [14]
    Brosius, Jeffrey W., ApJ, 777, 135
  6. Chromospheric Evaporation in Solar Flare Loop Strands Observed with the Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on Board Hinode [41]
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  7. Energy release in the solar corona from spatially resolved magnetic braids [197]
    Cirtain, J. W., Golub, L., Winebarger, A. R., de Pontieu, B., Kobayashi, K., Moore, R. L., Walsh, R. W., Korreck, K. E., Weber, M., McCauley, P., Title, A., Kuzin, S. & Deforest, C. E., Nature, 493, 501
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  11. Chromospheric Evaporation in an M1.8 Flare Observed by the Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [47]
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  12. The 3D Geometry of Active Region Upflows Deduced from Their Limb-to-Limb Evolution [19]
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  13. The Emission Measure Distribution of Impulsive Phase Flare Footpoints [32]
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    Hahn, M. & Savin, D. W., ApJ, 776, 78
  16. Measurements of Anisotropic Ion Temperatures, Non-thermal Velocities, and Doppler Shifts in a Coronal Hole [9]
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  17. Evidence for wave heating in the solar corona [0]
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  18. The Location of Non-thermal Velocity in the Early Phases of Large Flares—Revealing Pre-eruption Flux Ropes [20]
    Harra, Louise K., Matthews, Sarah, Culhane, J. L., Cheung, Mark C. M., Kontar, Eduard P. & Hara, Hirohisa, ApJ, 774, 122
  19. Evidence for Hot Fast Flow above a Solar Flare Arcade [35]
    Imada, S., Aoki, K., Hara, H., Watanabe, T., Harra, L. K. & Shimizu, T., ApJ, 776, L11
  20. The Relationship between Extreme Ultraviolet Non-thermal Line Broadening and High-energy Particles during Solar Flares [2]
    Kawate, T. & Imada, S., ApJ, 775, 122
  21. Hot Plasma Associated with a Coronal Mass Ejection [8]
    Landi, E., Miralles, M. P., Raymond, J. C. & Hara, H., ApJ, 778, 29
  22. Fast Extreme-ultraviolet Dimming Associated with a Coronal Jet Seen in Multi-wavelength and Stereoscopic Observations [21]
    Lee, K. -S., Innes, D. E., Moon, Y. -J., Shibata, K., Lee, Jin-Yi & Park, Y. -D., ApJ, 766, 1
  23. Measuring the Magnetic-Field Strength of the Quiet Solar Corona Using "EIT Waves" [28]
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  24. On the Possibility to Diagnose the Non-Maxwellian κ-Distributions from the Hinode/EIS EUV Spectra [15]
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  25. On-Orbit Sensitivity Evolution of the EUV Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [9]
    Mariska, J. T., Solar Physics, 282, 629
  26. A Detailed Comparison between the Observed and Synthesized Properties of a Simulated Type II Spicule [29]
    Martínez-Sykora, Juan, De Pontieu, Bart, Leenaarts, Jorrit, Pereira, Tiago M. D., Carlsson, Mats, Hansteen, Viggo, Stern, Julie V., Tian, Hui, McIntosh, Scott W. & Rouppe van der Voort, Luc, ApJ, 771, 66
  27. A Global Wave-driven Magnetohydrodynamic Solar Model with a Unified Treatment of Open and Closed Magnetic Field Topologies [70]
    Oran, R., van der Holst, B., Landi, E., Jin, M., Sokolov, I. V. & Gombosi, T. I., ApJ, 778, 176
  28. Direct Observations of Plasma Upflows and Condensation in a Catastrophically Cooling Solar Transition Region Loop [6]
    Orange, N. B., Chesny, D. L., Oluseyi, H. M., Hesterly, K., Patel, M. & Champey, P., ApJ, 778, 90
  29. Fast Differential Emission Measure Inversion of Solar Coronal Data [43]
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  30. Atmospheric Imaging Assembly Response Functions: Solving the Fe viii Problems with Hinode EIS Bright Point Data [8]
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  31. Deeper by the Dozen: Understanding the Cross-field Temperature Distributions of Coronal Loops [16]
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  32. Bright Points: Multithermal Analysis as a Test of Steady Heating Models [5]
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  34. Signatures of Slow Solar Wind Streams from Active Regions in the Inner Corona [24]
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2012

  1. Observing the Fine Structure of Loops through High-resolution Spectroscopic Observations of Coronal Rain with the CRISP Instrument at the Swedish Solar Telescope [133]
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  2. Dynamic Features of Flare Plasma Unveiled with Recent Observations [0]
    Asai, A., 4th Hinode Science Meeting: Unsolved Problems and Recent Insights (Editors: Bellot Rubio, L., Reale, F. & Carlsson, M.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 455, p. 281
  3. Flare Onset Observed with Hinode in the 2006 December 13 Flare [1]
    Asai, A., Hara, H., Watanabe, T. & Imada, S., Hinode-3: The 3rd Hinode Science Meeting (Editors: Sekii, T., Watanabe, T. & Sakurai, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 454, p. 303
  4. Forecasting a CME by Spectroscopic Precursor? [16]
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  5. Identifying the Main Driver of Active Region Outflows [0]
    Baker, D., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Mandrini, C. H., Démoulin, P. & Murray, M. J., Hinode-3: The 3rd Hinode Science Meeting (Editors: Sekii, T., Watanabe, T. & Sakurai, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 454, p. 425
  6. Spectroscopic Signature of Alfvén Waves Damping in a Polar Coronal Hole up to 0.4 Solar Radii [54]
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  7. Flows in the Vicinity of Two Active Regions as Seen by Hinode, STEREO, and SoHO [0]
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  9. Flows in a Small Active Region as Seen by Hinode and SoHO [0]
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  11. Constraints on the Heating Time Scale in Active Regions [0]
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  12. The Coronal Source of Extreme-ultraviolet Line Profile Asymmetries in Solar Active Region Outflows [41]
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  13. Solar Coronal Loops Resolved by Hinode and the Solar Dynamics Observatory [76]
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  14. Doppler shift of hot coronal lines in a moss area of an active region [14]
    Dadashi, N., Teriaca, L., Tripathi, D., Solanki, S. K. & Wiegelmann, T., A&A, 548, A115
  15. Benchmarking atomic data for the CHIANTI atomic database: coronal lines observed by Hinode EIS [58]
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  16. Atomic data for astrophysics: Fe xii soft X-ray lines [40]
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  18. Fe XVII and the κ-Distributions: Diagnostics with Hinode EIS [0]
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  19. Outflow Velocity Structure in the Upper Transition Region and Corona [0]
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  20. Comparison between observed and theoretical O IV line ratios in the UV/EUV solar spectrum as derived by SUMER, CDS and EIS [7]
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  21. Evidence of Wave Damping at Low Heights in a Polar Coronal Hole [63]
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  22. Differential emission measures from the regularized inversion of Hinode and SDO data [210]
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  23. The Role of Coronal Hole and Active Region Boundaries in Solar Wind Formation [1]
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  24. Non-thermal Response of the Corona to the Magnetic Flux Dispersal in the Photosphere of a Decaying Active Region [3]
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  25. The Creation of Outflowing Plasma in the Corona at Emerging Flux Regions: Comparing Observations and Simulations [23]
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  26. The Slow Solar Wind: From Formation on the Sun to the Earth [0]
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  27. A Global Two-temperature Corona and Inner Heliosphere Model: A Comprehensive Validation Study [43]
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  28. Quantitative Study of Microflares [0] NEW!
    Kamio, S., Fifth Hinode Science Meeting (Editors: Golub, L., De Moortel, I. & Shimizu, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 456, p. 117
  29. Long-Term Variation of the Corona in Quiet Regions [7]
    Kamio, S. & Mariska, J. T., Solar Physics, 279, 419
  30. Oscillations in Active Region Fan Loops: Observations from EIS/ Hinode and AIA/SDO [25]
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  31. Temperature and Extreme-ultraviolet Intensity in a Coronal Prominence Cavity and Streamer [27]
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  32. New Solar Wind Diagnostic Using Both in Situ and Spectroscopic Measurements [29]
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  33. Post-Coronal Mass Ejection Plasma Observed by Hinode [19]
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  34. Monte Carlo Markov chain DEM reconstruction of isothermal plasmas [18]
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  36. Interaction and eruption of two filaments observed by Hinode, SOHO, and STEREO [6]
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  37. Coronal hole boundaries evolution at small scales. III. EIS and SUMER views [37]
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  38. Multi-wavelength Observations of an EUV Jet in AR 10960 [0]
    Matsui, Y., Yokoyama, T. & Imada, S., Fifth Hinode Science Meeting (Editors: Golub, L., De Moortel, I. & Shimizu, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 456, p. 47
  39. Multi-wavelength Spectroscopic Observation of Extreme-ultraviolet Jet in AR 10960 [17]
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  40. Sunspot Light-Bridges - A Bridge Between the Photosphere and the Corona? [2]
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  41. Recent Observations of Plasma and Alfvénic Wave Energy Injection at the Base of the Fast Solar Wind [20]
    McIntosh, Scott W., Space Science Reviews, 172, 69
  42. On the Doppler Velocity of Emission Line Profiles Formed in the "Coronal Contraflow" that Is the Chromosphere-Corona Mass Cycle [48]
    McIntosh, Scott W., Tian, Hui, Sechler, Marybeth & De Pontieu, Bart, ApJ, 749, 60
  43. Spectroscopic Observations of Continuous Outflows and Propagating Waves in Active Region NOAA 10942 with Hinode/EIS [0]
    Nishizuka, N. & Hara, H., 4th Hinode Science Meeting: Unsolved Problems and Recent Insights (Editors: Bellot Rubio, L., Reale, F. & Carlsson, M.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 455, p. 219
  44. Propagating Slow Magnetoacoustic Waves along the Continuous Outflows Observed with EIS/Hinode [0]
    Nishizuka, N., Matsumoto, T., Morita, S., Hara, H. & Shibata, K., Hinode-3: The 3rd Hinode Science Meeting (Editors: Sekii, T., Watanabe, T. & Sakurai, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 454, p. 157
  45. Cross-Calibration of Hinode/EIS and SDO/AIA [0]
    O'Dwyer, B., Zanna, G. D., Mason, H. E., Weber, M. A. & Tripathi, D., 4th Hinode Science Meeting: Unsolved Problems and Recent Insights (Editors: Bellot Rubio, L., Reale, F. & Carlsson, M.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 455, p. 369
  46. The propagation and damping of slow magnetoacoustic waves in the solar atmosphere [0] NEW!
    Owen, Nicholas Robert, Ph.D. Thesis
  47. On the Nature and Genesis of EUV Waves: A Synthesis of Observations from SOHO, STEREO, SDO, and Hinode (Invited Review) [109]
    Patsourakos, Spiros & Vourlidas, Angelos, Solar Physics, 281, 187
  48. DEMs for EIS and AIA [0]
    Plowman, J., Kankelborg, C., Martens, P., Ritchie, M., Scott, J. & Sharma, R., Fifth Hinode Science Meeting (Editors: Golub, L., De Moortel, I. & Shimizu, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 456, p. 131
  49. Spatial and Thermal Study of an Isolated Loop with XRT and EIS [0]
    Saar, S. H., Schmelz, J. T. & Kashyap, V. L., Hinode-3: The 3rd Hinode Science Meeting (Editors: Sekii, T., Watanabe, T. & Sakurai, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 454, p. 241
  50. The Cold Shoulder: Emission Measure Distributions of Active Region Cores [34]
    Schmelz, J. T. & Pathak, S., ApJ, 756, 126
  51. Velocity Vector, Ionization Degree, and Temperature of Prominence Fine Structures Observed by Hinode/SOT [0]
    Schmieder, B., Mein, P., Chandra, R., Molodij, G., Heinzel, P., Berlicki, A., Schwartz, P., Fárník, F., Labrosse, N., Anzer, U. & Watanabe, T., Hinode-3: The 3rd Hinode Science Meeting (Editors: Sekii, T., Watanabe, T. & Sakurai, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 454, p. 107
  52. Diagnosing the Prominence-Cavity Connection in the Solar Corona [0]
    Schmit, D. J., Ph.D. Thesis
  53. EUV Analysis of a Quasi-static Coronal Loop Structure [6]
    Scott, J. T., Martens, P. C. H. & McKenzie, D. E., Solar Physics, 276, 113
  54. Hinode/EIS Line Profile Asymmetries and Their Relationship with the Distribution of SDO/AIA Propagating Coronal Disturbance Velocities [1]
    Sechler, M., McIntosh, S. W., Tian, H. & De Pontieu, B., 4th Hinode Science Meeting: Unsolved Problems and Recent Insights (Editors: Bellot Rubio, L., Reale, F. & Carlsson, M.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 455, p. 361
  55. Coronal Cells [19]
    Sheeley, N. R., Jr. & Warren, H. P., ApJ, 749, 40
  56. What is the true nature of blinkers? [8]
    Subramanian, S., Madjarska, M. S., Doyle, J. G. & Bewsher, D., A&A, 538, A50
  57. Study of the Three-Dimensional Shape and Dynamics of Coronal Loops Observed by Hinode/EIS [4]
    Syntelis, P., Gontikakis, C., Georgoulis, M. K., Alissandrakis, C. E. & Tsinganos, K., Solar Physics, 280, 475
  58. Spectroscopic Observations of Fe XVIII in Solar Active Regions [30]
    Teriaca, Luca, Warren, Harry P. & Curdt, Werner, ApJ, 754, L40
  59. Hinode/EIS Spectroscopic Validation of Very Hot Plasma Imaged with the Solar Dynamics Observatory in Non-flaring Active Region Cores [54]
    Testa, Paola & Reale, Fabio, ApJ, 750, L10
  60. Investigating the Reliability of Coronal Emission Measure Distribution Diagnostics using Three-dimensional Radiative Magnetohydrodynamic Simulations [41]
    Testa, Paola, De Pontieu, Bart, Martínez-Sykora, Juan, Hansteen, Viggo & Carlsson, Mats, ApJ, 758, 54
  61. Two Components of the Coronal Emission Revealed by Both Spectroscopic and Imaging Observations [1]
    Tian, H., McIntosh, S. W. & De Pontieu, B., Fifth Hinode Science Meeting (Editors: Golub, L., De Moortel, I. & Shimizu, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 456, p. 97
  62. Persistent Doppler Shift Oscillations Observed with Hinode/EIS in the Solar Corona: Spectroscopic Signatures of Alfvénic Waves and Recurring Upflows [92]
    Tian, Hui, McIntosh, Scott W., Wang, Tongjiang, Ofman, Leon, De Pontieu, Bart, Innes, Davina E. & Peter, Hardi, ApJ, 759, 144
  63. What can We Learn about Solar Coronal Mass Ejections, Coronal Dimmings, and Extreme-ultraviolet Jets through Spectroscopic Observations? [72]
    Tian, Hui, McIntosh, Scott W., Xia, Lidong, He, Jiansen & Wang, Xin, ApJ, 748, 106
  64. Active Region Moss: Doppler Shifts from Hinode/Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer Observations [20]
    Tripathi, Durgesh, Mason, Helen E. & Klimchuk, James A., ApJ, 753, 37
  65. Observations of Plasma Upflow in a Warm Loop with Hinode/EIS [16]
    Tripathi, Durgesh, Mason, Helen E., Del Zanna, Giulio & Bradshaw, Steven, ApJ, 754, L4
  66. Is Active Region Core Variability Age Dependent? [24]
    Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio & Warren, Harry P., ApJ, 761, 21
  67. Nonlinear Force-Free Extrapolation of Emerging Flux with a Global Twist and Serpentine Fine Structures [65]
    Valori, G., Green, L. M., Démoulin, P., Vargas Domínguez, S., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Wallace, A., Baker, D. & Fuhrmann, M., Solar Physics, 278, 73
  68. Propagating Intensity Disturbances in Fan-like Coronal Loops: Flows or Waves? [7]
    Wang, T., Ofman, L. & Davila, J. M., 4th Hinode Science Meeting: Unsolved Problems and Recent Insights (Editors: Bellot Rubio, L., Reale, F. & Carlsson, M.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 455, p. 227
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  70. A Systematic Survey of High-temperature Emission in Solar Active Regions [146]
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  71. Hinode Flare Catalogue [46]
    Watanabe, K., Masuda, S. & Segawa, T., Solar Physics, 279, 317
  72. Production of High-Temperature Plasmas During the Early Phases of a C9.7 Flare. II. Bi-directional Flows Suggestive of Reconnection in a Pre-flare Brightening Region [4]
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  73. Non-Thermal Line Width Enhancements between Loops: Investigating Off-Limb Effects [0]
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2011

  1. Hinode observations and 3D magnetic structure of an X-ray bright point [19]
    Alexander, C. E., Del Zanna, G. & Maclean, R. C., A&A, 526, A134
  2. Propagating MHD Waves in Coronal Holes [57]
    Banerjee, D., Gupta, G. R. & Teriaca, L., Space Science Reviews, 158, 267
  3. Establishing a Connection Between Active Region Outflows and the Solar Wind: Abundance Measurements with EIS/Hinode [98]
    Brooks, David H. & Warren, Harry P., ApJ, 727, L13
  4. EUV Spectral Line Formation and the Temperature Structure of Active Region Fan Loops: Observations with Hinode/EIS and SDO/AIA [32]
    Brooks, David H., Warren, Harry P. & Young, Peter R., ApJ, 730, 85
  5. Spectroscopic Analysis of Interaction between an Extreme-ultraviolet Imaging Telescope Wave and a Coronal Upflow Region [19]
    Chen, F., Ding, M. D., Chen, P. F. & Harra, L. K., ApJ, 740, 116
  6. The quiet Sun average Doppler shift of coronal lines up to 2 MK [29]
    Dadashi, N., Teriaca, L. & Solanki, S. K., A&A, 534, A90
  7. The Origins of Hot Plasma in the Solar Corona [297]
    De Pontieu, B., McIntosh, S. W., Carlsson, M., Hansteen, V. H., Tarbell, T. D., Boerner, P., Martinez-Sykora, J., Schrijver, C. J. & Title, A. M., Science, 331, 55
  8. A single picture for solar coronal outflows and radio noise storms [78]
    Del Zanna, G., Aulanier, G., Klein, K. -L. & Török, T., A&A, 526, A137
  9. The 22 May 2007 B-class flare: new insights from Hinode observations [46]
    Del Zanna, G., Mitra-Kraev, U., Bradshaw, S. J., Mason, H. E. & Asai, A., A&A, 526, A1
  10. SDO AIA and Hinode EIS observations of "warm" loops [110]
    Del Zanna, G., O'Dwyer, B. & Mason, H. E., A&A, 535, A46
  11. On the Nature of the Spectral Line Broadening in Solar Coronal Dimmings [15]
    Dolla, L. R. & Zhukov, A. N., ApJ, 730, 113
  12. Hinode/EIS plasma diagnostics in the flaring solar chromosphere [33]
    Graham, D. R., Fletcher, L. & Hannah, I. G., A&A, 532, A27
  13. Photospheric flux cancellation and associated flux rope formation and eruption [158]
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  16. Determining the Solar Source of a Magnetic Cloud Using a Velocity Difference Technique [12]
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  17. Spectroscopic Observations of a Coronal Moreton Wave [38]
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  18. Nonlinear force-free field extrapolation of the coronal magnetic field using the data obtained by the Hinode satellite [16]
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  23. Two Types of Extreme-ultraviolet Brightenings In AR 10926 Observed by Hinode/EIS [6]
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  24. Coronal Jets, Magnetic Topologies, and the Production of Interplanetary Electron Streams [6]
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  25. Different Patterns of Chromospheric Evaporation in a Flaring Region Observed with Hinode/EIS [35]
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  26. Dynamics and plasma properties of an X-ray jet from SUMER, EIS, XRT, and EUVI A & B simultaneous observations [42]
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  30. Coronal Dimmings and the Early Phase of a CME Observed with STEREO and Hinode/EIS [22]
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  32. Hard X-ray Source Distributions on EUV Bright Kernels in a Solar Flare [10]
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  33. Spectroscopic Observations of Continuous Outflows and Propagating Waves from NOAA 10942 with Extreme Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer/Hinode [41]
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  34. Hinode extreme-ultraviolet imaging spectrometer observations of a limb active region [35]
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  36. Forward Modeling Cavity Density: A Multi-instrument Diagnostic [27]
    Schmit, D. J. & Gibson, S. E., ApJ, 733, 1
  37. On the Anti-correlation between Spectral Line Broadening and Intensity in Coronal Structures Observed with EIS [8]
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  39. Lateral Offset of the Coronal Mass Ejections from the X-flare of 2006 December 13 and Its Two Precursor Eruptions [17]
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  40. Observational Signatures of Impulsively Heated Coronal Loops: Power-Law Distribution of Energies [7]
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  41. Temperature Distribution of a Non-flaring Active Region from Simultaneous Hinode XRT and EIS Observations [52]
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  42. The Spectroscopic Signature of Quasi-periodic Upflows in Active Region Timeseries [88]
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  43. Two Components of the Solar Coronal Emission Revealed by Extreme-ultraviolet Spectroscopic Observations [91]
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  48. The First Measurement of the Adiabatic Index in the Solar Corona Using Time-dependent Spectroscopy of Hinode/EIS Observations [87]
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2010

  1. Revealing the Fine Structure of Coronal Dimmings and Associated Flows with Hinode/EIS. Implications for Understanding the Source Regions of Sustained Outflow Following CMEs [21]
    Attrill, G. D. R., Harra, L. K., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L. & Wills-Davey, M. J., Solar Physics, 264, 119
  2. On the Origin of the Solar Moreton Wave of 2006 December 6 [39]
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    Banerjee, D., Magnetic Coupling between the Interior and Atmosphere of the Sun, Astrophysics and Space Science Proceedings, 19, p. 281
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  5. Multiple Component Outflows in an Active Region Observed with the EUV Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [73]
    Bryans, P., Young, P. R. & Doschek, G. A., ApJ, 715, 1012
  6. Evidence of Explosive Evaporation in a Microflare Observed by Hinode/EIS [34]
    Chen, F. & Ding, M. D., ApJ, 724, 640
  7. Spectroscopic Analysis of an EIT Wave/dimming Observed by Hinode/EIS [22]
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  10. TOPICAL REVIEW The solar UV-x-ray spectrum from 1.5 to 2000 Å [22]
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  13. Three-dimensional Morphology of a Coronal Prominence Cavity [79]
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  14. Coronal Fuzziness Modeled with Pulse-heated Multi-stranded Loop Systems [30]
    Guarrasi, Massimiliano, Reale, Fabio & Peres, Giovanni, ApJ, 719, 576
  15. Multiwavelength Observations of Small-scale Reconnection Events Triggered by Magnetic Flux Emergence in the Solar Atmosphere [87]
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    Gupta, G. R., Banerjee, D., Teriaca, L., Imada, S. & Solanki, S., ApJ, 718, 11
  18. Properties of a Polar Coronal Hole During the Solar Minimum in 2007 [8]
    Hahn, M., Bryans, P., Landi, E., Miralles, M. P. & Savin, D. W., ApJ, 725, 774
  19. On Redshifts and Blueshifts in the Transition Region and Corona [113]
    Hansteen, V. H., Hara, H., De Pontieu, B. & Carlsson, M., ApJ, 718, 1070
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  21. Magnetic and spectroscopic properties of supergranular-scale coronal jets and erupting loops in a polar coronal hole [17]
    He, J. -S., Marsch, E., Curdt, W., Tian, H., Tu, C. -Y., Xia, L. -D. & Kamio, S., A&A, 519, A49
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  23. Observations of a rotating macrospicule associated with an X-ray jet [57]
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  25. Emission lines of FeXI in the 257-407Å wavelength region observed in solar spectra from EIS/Hinode and SERTS [2]
    Keenan, F. P., Milligan, R. O., Jess, D. B., Aggarwal, K. M., Mathioudakis, M., Thomas, R. J., Brosius, J. W. & Davila, J. M., MNRAS, 404, 1617
  26. Mode Identification of MHD Waves in an Active Region Observed with Hinode/EIS [28]
    Kitagawa, N., Yokoyama, T., Imada, S. & Hara, H., ApJ, 721, 744
  27. Evidence of Magnetic Reconnection Outflows in a Flare seen by Hinode/EIS [0]
    Kumar, P., Srivastava, A. K. & Uddin, W., Magnetic Coupling between the Interior and Atmosphere of the Sun, Astrophysics and Space Science Proceedings, 19, p. 525
  28. The Relative Intensity Calibration of Hinode/EIS and SOHO/SUMER [17]
    Landi, E. & Young, P. R., ApJ, 714, 636
  29. New Fe VIII Line Identifications using Observations of the Quiet Sun [8]
    Landi, E. & Young, P. R., ApJ, 713, 205
  30. Physical Conditions in a CME from Hinode, STEREO, and SOHO Observations [2]
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  32. R-matrix Electron-impact Excitation of Fe13+ and its Application to the Soft X-ray and Extreme-ultraviolet Spectroscopy of Corona-like Plasmas [35]
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  33. Doppler-shift, Intensity, and Density Oscillations Observed with the Extreme Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [34]
    Mariska, John T. & Muglach, K., ApJ, 713, 573
  34. The Impact of New EUV Diagnostics on CME-Related Kinematics [11]
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  35. The Electron Temperature of the Solar Transition Region as Derived from EIS and SUMER [13]
    Muglach, K., Landi, E. & Doschek, G. A., ApJ, 708, 550
  36. Outflows at the Edges of an Active Region in a Coronal Hole: A Signature of Active Region Expansion? [42]
    Murray, M. J., Baker, D., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L. & Sun, J., Solar Physics, 261, 253
  37. Asymmetries of solar coronal extreme ultraviolet emission lines [77]
    Peter, H., A&A, 521, A51
  38. Micro-sigmoids as Progenitors of Coronal Jets: Is Eruptive Activity Self-similarly Multi-scaled? [46]
    Raouafi, N. -E., Georgoulis, M. K., Rust, D. M. & Bernasconi, P. N., ApJ, 718, 981
  39. Multi-stranded and Multi-thermal Solar Coronal Loops: Evidence from Hinode X-ray Telescope and EUV Imaging Spectrometer Data [35]
    Schmelz, J. T., Saar, S. H., Nasraoui, K., Kashyap, V. L., Weber, M. A., DeLuca, E. E. & Golub, L., ApJ, 723, 1180
  40. Waves in the Transition Region [1] NEW!
    Scullion, E., Erdélyi, R. & Doyle, J. G., Magnetic Coupling between the Interior and Atmosphere of the Sun, Astrophysics and Space Science Proceedings, 19, p. 426
  41. Evidence of wave harmonics in a brightened magnetic network observed from Hinode/EIS [5]
    Srivastava, A. K., New Astronomy, 15, 621
  42. Observations from Hinode/EIS of intensity oscillations above a bright point: signature of the leakage of acoustic oscillations in the inner corona [16]
    Srivastava, A. K. & Dwivedi, B. N., MNRAS, 405, 2317
  43. Signature of slow acoustic oscillations in a non-flaring loop observed by EIS/Hinode [37]
    Srivastava, A. K. & Dwivedi, B. N., New Astronomy, 15, 8
  44. Network Loop Oscillations with EIS/Hinode [0]
    Srivastava, A. K., Kuridze, D., Zaqarashvili, T. V., Dwivedi, B. N. & Rani, B., Magnetic Coupling between the Interior and Atmosphere of the Sun, Astrophysics and Space Science Proceedings, 19, p. 437
  45. Evidence for magnetic flux cancelation leading to an ejective solar eruption observed by Hinode, TRACE, STEREO, and SoHO/MDI [37]
    Sterling, A. C., Chifor, C., Mason, H. E., Moore, R. L. & Young, P. R., A&A, 521, A49
  46. Fibrillar Chromospheric Spicule-like Counterparts to an Extreme-ultraviolet and Soft X-ray Blowout Coronal Jet [51]
    Sterling, Alphonse C., Harra, Louise K. & Moore, Ronald L., ApJ, 722, 1644
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    Suematsu, Y., Astronomische Nachrichten, 331, 605
  48. New views on the emission and structure of the solar transition region [0]
    Tian, Hui, Marsch, Eckart, Tu, Chuanyi, Curdt, Werner & He, Jiansen, Ph.D. Thesis
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    Tian, Hui, Tu, Chuanyi, Marsch, Eckart, He, Jiansen & Kamio, Suguru, ApJ, 709, L88
  50. Active region moss. Basic physical parameters and their temporal variation [35]
    Tripathi, D., Mason, H. E., Del Zanna, G. & Young, P. R., A&A, 518, A42
  51. Evidence of Impulsive Heating in Active Region Core Loops [31]
    Tripathi, Durgesh, Mason, Helen E. & Klimchuk, James A., ApJ, 723, 713
  52. Periodic Spectral Line Asymmetries in Solar Coronal Structures from Slow Magnetoacoustic Waves [65]
    Verwichte, E., Marsh, M., Foullon, C., Van Doorsselaere, T., De Moortel, I., Hood, A. W. & Nakariakov, V. M., ApJ, 724, L194
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  55. Evidence for Steady Heating: Observations of an Active Region Core with Hinode and TRACE [60]
    Warren, Harry P., Winebarger, Amy R. & Brooks, David H., ApJ, 711, 228
  56. Production of High-temperature Plasmas During the Early Phases of a C9.7 Flare [36]
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2009

  1. Study of Quiet Sun Through the Solar Atmosphere: From the Chromosphere Up to Coronal Layers [0]
    Abbo, L., Gabriel, A. & Harra, L., The Second Hinode Science Meeting: Beyond Discovery-Toward Understanding (Editors: Lites, B., Cheung, M., Magara, T., Mariska, J. & Reeves, K.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 415, p. 389
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    Aschwanden, M. J., The Second Hinode Science Meeting: Beyond Discovery-Toward Understanding (Editors: Lites, B., Cheung, M., Magara, T., Mariska, J. & Reeves, K.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 415, p. 234
  3. Magnetic Reconnection along Quasi-separatrix Layers as a Driver of Ubiquitous Active Region Outflows [104]
    Baker, D., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Mandrini, C. H., Démoulin, P. & Murray, M. J., ApJ, 705, 926
  4. Intensification of Plasma Upflows in an Active Region---Coronal Hole Complex: A CME Precursor [0]
    Baker, D., van Driel-Gesztelyi, L., Murray, M. J., Green, L. M., Török, T. & Sun, J., The Second Hinode Science Meeting: Beyond Discovery-Toward Understanding (Editors: Lites, B., Cheung, M., Magara, T., Mariska, J. & Reeves, K.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 415, p. 75
  5. Signatures of Alfvén waves in the polar coronal holes as seen by EIS/Hinode [83]
    Banerjee, D., Pérez-Suárez, D. & Doyle, J. G., A&A, 501, L15
  6. Propagating waves in polar coronal holes as seen by SUMER & EIS [48]
    Banerjee, D., Teriaca, L., Gupta, G. R., Imada, S., Stenborg, G. & Solanki, S. K., A&A, 499, L29
  7. An Erupting Filament and Associated CME Observed by Hinode, STEREO and SOHO [0]
    Bemporad, A., Del Zanna, G., Andretta, V., Magrí, M., Poletto, G. & Ko, Y. -K., The Second Hinode Science Meeting: Beyond Discovery-Toward Understanding (Editors: Lites, B., Cheung, M., Magara, T., Mariska, J. & Reeves, K.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 415, p. 385
  8. Multispacecraft observations of a prominence eruption [5]
    Bemporad, A., Del Zanna, G., Andretta, V., Poletto, G. & Magrí, M., Annales Geophysicae, 27, 3841
  9. Flows and Motions in Moss in the Core of a Flaring Active Region: Evidence for Steady Heating [45]
    Brooks, David H. & Warren, Harry P., ApJ, 703, L10
  10. Hinode/Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer Observations of the Temperature Structure of the Quiet Corona [48]
    Brooks, David H., Warren, Harry P., Williams, David R. & Watanabe, Tetsuya, ApJ, 705, 1522
  11. Estimating the Chromospheric Absorption of Transition Region Moss Emission [21]
    De Pontieu, Bart, Hansteen, Viggo H., McIntosh, Scott W. & Patsourakos, Spiros, ApJ, 702, 1016
  12. Observing the Roots of Solar Coronal Heating—in the Chromosphere [241]
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  13. Benchmarking atomic data for astrophysics: Fe VIII EUV lines [36]
    Del Zanna, G., A&A, 508, 513
  14. Benchmarking atomic data for astrophysics: Fe VII and other cool lines observed by Hinode EIS [40]
    Del Zanna, G., A&A, 508, 501
  15. Coronal Loops: New Insights from EIS Observations [2]
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  16. Benchmarking atomic data for astrophysics: Fe XVII EUV lines [42]
    Del Zanna, G. & Ishikawa, Y., A&A, 508, 1517
  17. Multi-Instrument Campaigns to Observe the Off-Limb Corona [5]
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2008

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  55. Solar Observations of High-Temperature Emission with the Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [26]
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    van Doorsselaere, T., Nakariakov, V. M., Verwichte, E. & Young, P. R., European Solar Physics Meeting, European Solar Physics Meeting, 12, p. 2.81

2007

  1. Hinode EUV Imaging Spectrometer Observations of Active Region Loop Morphology: Implications for Static Heating Models of Coronal Emission [12]
    Brooks, David H., Warren, Harry P., Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio, Matsuzaki, Keiichi & Williams, David R., Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S691
  2. Wavelength Determination for Solar Features Observed by the EUV Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [24]
    Brown, Charles M., Hara, Hirohisa, Kamio, Suguru, Feldman, Uri, Seely, John F., Doschek, George A., Mariska, John T., Korendyke, Clarence M., Lang, James, Dere, Kenneth P., Culhane, Len, Thomas, Roger J. & Davila, Joseph M., Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S865
  3. Investigation of reconnection in the solar corona by numerical simulation based on SOLAR-B observations [4]
    Büchner, J., New Solar Physics with Solar-B Mission (Editors: Shibata, K., Nagata, S. & Sakurai, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 369, p. 407
  4. The Solar-B EUV Imaging Spectrometer: an Overview of the EIS Instrument [2]
    Culhane, J. L., New Solar Physics with Solar-B Mission (Editors: Shibata, K., Nagata, S. & Sakurai, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 369, p. 3
  5. The EUV Imaging Spectrometer for Hinode [778]
    Culhane, J. L., Harra, L. K., James, A. M., Al-Janabi, K., Bradley, L. J., Chaudry, R. A., Rees, K., Tandy, J. A., Thomas, P., Whillock, M. C. R., Winter, B., Doschek, G. A., Korendyke, C. M., Brown, C. M., Myers, S., Mariska, J., Seely, J., Lang, J., Kent, B. J., Shaughnessy, B. M., Young, P. R., Simnett, G. M., Castelli, C. M., Mahmoud, S., Mapson-Menard, H., Probyn, B. J., Thomas, R. J., Davila, J., Dere, K., Windt, D., Shea, J., Hagood, R., Moye, R., Hara, H., Watanabe, T., Matsuzaki, K., Kosugi, T., Hansteen, V. & Wikstol, Ø., Solar Physics, 243, 19
  6. Hinode EUV Study of Jets in the Sun's South Polar Corona [68]
    Culhane, Len, Harra, Louise K., Baker, Deborah, van Driel-Gesztelyi, Lidia, Sun, Jian, Doschek, George A., Brooks, David H., Lundquist, Loraine L., Kamio, Suguru, Young, Peter R. & Hansteen, Viggo H., Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S751
  7. Application of CHIANTI to Solar-B [1]
    Dere, K., Landi, E., Del Zanna, G., Young, P., Mason, H. & Landini, M., New Solar Physics with Solar-B Mission (Editors: Shibata, K., Nagata, S. & Sakurai, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 369, p. 35
  8. The Structure and Dynamics of the Quiet Corona from Observations with the Extreme Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [17]
    Dere, Kenneth P., Doschek, George A., Mariska, John T., Hansteen, Viggo H., Harra, Louise K., Matsuzaki, Keiichi & Thomas, Roger J., Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S721
  9. Nonthermal Velocities in Solar Active Regions Observed with the Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [94]
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  10. The Temperature and Density Structure of an Active Region Observed with the Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on Hinode [18]
    Doschek, George A., Mariska, John T., Warren, Harry P., Culhane, Len, Watanabe, Tetsuya, Young, Peter R., Mason, Helen E. & Dere, Kenneth P., Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S707
  11. On Connecting the Dynamics of the Chromosphere and Transition Region with Hinode SOT and EIS [16]
    Hansteen, Viggo H., de Pontieu, Bart, Carlsson, Mats, McIntosh, Scott, Watanabe, Tetsuya, Warren, Harry P., Harra, Louise K., Hara, Hirohisa, Tarbell, Theodore D., Shine, Dick, Title, Alan M., Schrijver, Carolus J., Tsuneta, Saku, Katsukawa, Yukio, Ichimoto, Kiyoshi, Suematsu, Yoshinori & Shimizu, Toshifumi, Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S699
  12. Coronal Dimming Observed with Hinode: Outflows Related to a Coronal Mass Ejection [71]
    Harra, Louise K., Hara, Hirohisa, Imada, Shinsuke, Young, Peter R., Williams, David R., Sterling, Alphonse C., Korendyke, Clarence & Attrill, Gemma D. R., Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S801
  13. Limb Prominences Seen in UV, EUV and SXR [0]
    Heinzel, P., Fárník, F., Anzer, U. & Dammasch, I., New Solar Physics with Solar-B Mission (Editors: Shibata, K., Nagata, S. & Sakurai, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 369, p. 279
  14. Discovery of a Temperature-Dependent Upflow in the Plage Region During a Gradual Phase of the X-Class Flare [69]
    Imada, Shinsuke, Hara, Hirohisa, Watanabe, Tetsuya, Kamio, Suguru, Asai, Ayumi, Matsuzaki, Keiichi, Harra, Louise K. & Mariska, John T., Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S793
  15. Velocity Structure of Jets in a Coronal Hole [50]
    Kamio, Suguru, Hara, Hirohisa, Watanabe, Tetsuya, Matsuzaki, Keiichi, Shibata, Kazunari, Culhane, Len & Warren, Harry P., Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S757
  16. Small-Scale X-Ray/EUV Jets Seen in Hinode XRT and TRACE [32]
    Kim, Yeon-Han, Moon, Young-Jae, Park, Young-Deuk, Sakurai, Takashi, Chae, Jongchul, Cho, Kyung Suk & Bong, Su-Chan, Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S763
  17. The Hinode (Solar-B) Mission: An Overview [1383]
    Kosugi, T., Matsuzaki, K., Sakao, T., Shimizu, T., Sone, Y., Tachikawa, S., Hashimoto, T., Minesugi, K., Ohnishi, A., Yamada, T., Tsuneta, S., Hara, H., Ichimoto, K., Suematsu, Y., Shimojo, M., Watanabe, T., Shimada, S., Davis, J. M., Hill, L. D., Owens, J. K., Title, A. M., Culhane, J. L., Harra, L. K., Doschek, G. A. & Golub, L., Solar Physics, 243, 3
  18. Effect of motions in prominences on the helium resonance lines in the extreme ultraviolet [21]
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  19. Hinode EUV Imaging Spectrometer Observations of Solar Active Region Dynamics [18]
    Mariska, John T., Warren, Harry P., Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio, Brooks, David H., Williams, David R. & Hara, Hirohisa, Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S713
  20. Hot and Cool Loops Composing the Corona of the Quiet Sun [2]
    Matsuzaki, Keiichi, Hara, Hirohisa, Watanabe, Tetsuya, Dere, Kenneth P., Brown, Charles M. & Culhane, Len, Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S683
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  22. Plans to Observe Flare-Associated Waves with Solar-B [1]
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  23. Impulsive Coronal Heating At Sub- Arcsecond Scales: What Is The Best Diagnostic? [0] NEW!
    Patsourakos, S. & Klimchik, J. A., Second Solar Orbiter Workshop (Editors: Marsch, E., Tsinganos, K., Marsden, R. & Conroy, L.), ESA Special Publication, 641, p. 22
  24. Magnetic activity and the solar corona: first results from the Hinode satellite . [0]
    Reale, Fabio, Parenti, Susanna, Reeves, Kathy K., Weber, Mark, Bobra, Monica G., Barbera, Marco, Kano, Ryohei, Narukage, Noriyuki, Shimojo, Masumi, Sakao, Taro, Peres, Giovanni & Golub, Leon, Memorie della Societa Astronomica Italiana, 78, 591
  25. Continuous Plasma Outflows from the Edge of a Solar Active Region as a Possible Source of Solar Wind [172]
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  27. Wavelet-based method for coronal loop oscillations analysis [2]
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  28. Observations of Transient Active Region Heating with Hinode [21]
    Warren, Harry P., Ugarte-Urra, Ignacio, Brooks, David H., Cirtain, Jonathan W., Williams, David R. & Hara, Hirohisa, Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S675
  29. Solar and LHD Plasma Diagnostics [8]
    Watanabe, T., Kato, T., Murakami, I. & Yamamoto, M., Atomic and Molecular Data and Their Applications (Editors: Roueff, Evelyne), American Institute of Physics Conference Series, 901, p. 215
  30. Temperature and Density Structures of Solar Corona, A Test of Iron Line Diagnostic Capability of EIS Instrument on Board Hinode [16]
    Watanabe, Tetsuya, Hara, Hirohisa, Culhane, Len, Harra, Louise K., Doschek, George A., Mariska, John T. & Young, Peter R., Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S669
  31. Studying Transition Region Phenomena with Solar-B/EIS [1]
    Young, P., New Solar Physics with Solar-B Mission (Editors: Shibata, K., Nagata, S. & Sakurai, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 369, p. 307
  32. EUV Emission Lines and Diagnostics Observed with Hinode/EIS [169]
    Young, Peter R., Del Zanna, Giulio, Mason, Helen E., Dere, Ken P., Landi, Enrico, Landini, Massimo, Doschek, George A., Brown, Charles M., Culhane, Len, Harra, Louise K., Watanabe, Tetsuya & Hara, Hirohisa, Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan, 59, S857
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2006

  1. Nonthermal Spectral Line Broadening and the Nanoflare Model [112]
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  2. Laboratory calibration of the Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer for the Solar-B satellite [89]
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  3. Optics and mechanisms for the Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on the Solar-B satellite [70]
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  4. The extreme UV imaging spectrometer for the JAXA Solar-B mission [5]
    ,

2005

  1. The Solar-B EUV imaging spectrometer and its science goals [7]
    Culhane, J. L., Harra, L. K., Doschek, G. A., Mariska, J. T., Watanabe, T. & Hara, H., Advances in Space Research, 36, 1494
  2. A new method for in-flight intensity calibration of high-resolution EUV and FUV spectrometers [4]
    Feldman, U., Landi, E., Doschek, G. A. & Mariska, J. T., A&A, 441, 1211
  3. Wavelength separation of plus and minus orders of soft-x-ray-EUV multilayer-coated gratings at near-normal incidence [1]
    Goray, Leonid I. & Seely, John F., Optics for EUV, X-Ray, and Gamma-Ray Astronomy II (Editors: Citterio, Oberto & O'Dell, Stephen L.), Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) Conference Series, 5900, p. 81
  4. The Solar-B Mission [11]
    Ichimoto, Kiyoshi & Solar-B Team, Journal of Korean Astronomical Society, 38, 307
  5. Solar-B scientific operation and its observing modes [1]
    Watanabe, T. & Solar-B Team, Advances in Space Research, 36, 1478
  6. Spectral diagnostic capabilities of Solar-B EIS [12]
    Zanna, G. Del & Mason, H. E., Advances in Space Research, 36, 1503

2004

  1. Spectroscopic Detection of Magnetic Reconnection Evidence in the Solar Atmosphere with SolarB/EIS [2]
    Brooks, D. H., Isobe, H., Shibata, K., Chen, P. F. & Lanzafame, A. C., The Solar-B Mission and the Forefront of Solar Physics (Editors: Sakurai, T. & Sekii, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 325, p. 367
  2. SolarB EUV Imaging Spectrometer (EIS) [4]
    Hara, H., The Solar-B Mission and the Forefront of Solar Physics (Editors: Sakurai, T. & Sekii, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 325, p. 27
  3. Normal-Incidence Efficiencies of Multilayer-Coated Laminar Gratings for the Extreme-Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer on the Solar-B Mission [20]
    Seely, John F., Brown, Charles M., Windt, David L., Donguy, Soizik & Kjornrattanawanich, Benjawan, Applied Optics, 43, 1463
  4. Extreme ultraviolet optical constants for the design and fabrication of multilayer-coated gratings [6]
    Seely, John F., Goray, Leonid, Windt, David L., Kjornrattanawanich, Benjawan, Uspenskii, Yurii & Vinogradov, Alexander V., Optical Constants of Materials for UV to X-Ray Wavelengths (Editors: Soufli, Regina & Seely, John F.), Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) Conference Series, 5538, p. 43
  5. Performance of multilayer-coated gratings for the extreme-ultraviolet imaging spectrometer (EIS) for the Solar-B mission [1] NEW!
    Seely, John F., Windt, David L., Donguy, Soizik, Brown, Charles, Holland, Glenn, Hunter, William R., Kowalski, Michael P., Kjornrattanawanich, Benjawan, Doschek, George, Mariska, John, Korendyke, Clarence & Dere, Ken, Optics for EUV, X-Ray, and Gamma-Ray Astronomy (Editors: Citterio, Oberto & O'Dell, Stephen L.), Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) Conference Series, 5168, p. 12
  6. Simulated XRT and EIS Observations of Magnetic Reconnection in Coronal Mass Ejection and X-Ray Arcade [4]
    Shiota, D., Isobe, H., Brooks, D. H., Shibata, K. & Chen, P. F., The Solar-B Mission and the Forefront of Solar Physics (Editors: Sakurai, T. & Sekii, T.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 325, p. 373
  7. EUV multilayers for solar physics [25]
    Windt, David L., Donguy, S., Seely, John F., Kjornrattanawanich, Benjawan, Gullikson, Eric M., Walton, C. C., Golub, L. & DeLuca, E., Optics for EUV, X-Ray, and Gamma-Ray Astronomy (Editors: Citterio, Oberto & O'Dell, Stephen L.), Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) Conference Series, 5168, p. 1
  8. Experimental Comparison of Extreme-Ultraviolet Multilayers for Solar Physics [32]
    Windt, David L., Donguy, Soizik, Seely, John & Kjornrattanawanich, Benjawan, Applied Optics, 43, 1835

2003

  1. Solar-B: Status of Project [3]
    Suematsu, Y., The Proceedings of the IAU 8th Asian-Pacific Regional Meeting, Volume 1 (Editors: Ikeuchi, Satoru, Hearnshaw, John & Hanawa, Tomoyuki), Astronomical Society of the Pacific Conference Series, 289, p. 37
  2. Toroidal varied-line space (TVLS) gratings [8]
    Thomas, Roger J., Innovative Telescopes and Instrumentation for Solar Astrophysics (Editors: Keil, Stephen L. & Avakyan, Sergey V.), Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) Conference Series, 4853, p. 411

2002

  1. Models for solar magnetic loops. II. Comparison with SOHO-CDS observations on the solar disk [23]
    Brković, A., Landi, E., Landini, M., Rüedi, I. & Solanki, S. K., A&A, 383, 661
  2. The EUV Imaging Spectrometer and its Role in the Solar-B Mission [1]
    Culhane, J. L., Doschek, G. A., Watanabe, T. & Lang, J., ISSI Scientific Reports Series, 2, 327
  3. Non-thermal Velocities in Solar Flares [Invited] [0]
    Harra, L. K., Multi-Wavelength Observations of Coronal Structure and Dynamics (Editors: Martens, P. C. H. & Cauffman, D.), 10, p. 261
  4. The Proposed Calibration of Solar-B EIS [1]
    Lang, J., Kent, B. J. & Seely, J. F., ISSI Scientific Reports Series, 2, 337

2001

  1. Solar-B EIS Filter Molecular Contamination Analysis [0] NEW!
    Gordon, Tim, Solar-B EIS Filter Molecular Contamination Analysis (Report)
  2. Spectroscopic Diagnostics of Nanoflare-heated Loops [83]
    Klimchuk, J. A. & Cargill, P. J., ApJ, 553, 440

2000

  1. Extreme-ultraviolet imaging spectrometer designed for the Japanese Solar-B satellite [6]
    Culhane, J. L., Korendyke, Clarence M., Watanabe, Tetsuya & Doschek, George A., Instrumentation for UV/EUV Astronomy and Solar Missions (Editors: Fineschi, Silvano, Korendyke, Clarence M., Siegmund, Oswald H. & Woodgate, Bruce E.), Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE) Conference Series, 4139, p. 294


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