NSF Project: Measuring the mass flux and magnetic evolution of jets in the solar atmosphere
Dr P.R. Young (PI) and Dr. K. Muglach received a 3 year grant
(number: AGS-1159353) from the National Science Foundation to study
jets in the solar atmosphere. The project began on 1 March 2012, and
this webpage links to results from the work.
Coronal hole jetsCoronal hole jets are the principal focus of this NSF project, and the sections below give details about observations and analysis. For comparison, the link below shows movies of jets presented by other authors.
A spectroscopic survey of jets in coronal holes was performed using
data from Hinode Observing Program No. 177, and this section gives
details and results from this study.
Coronal hole observations obtained as part of project
As part of the NSF project, a number of new coronal hole observations have been organized by Young & Muglach to observe coronal hole jets. The link below gives more details on these observations.
HOP 232 (ISSI jet team)
International Team is studying coronal hole jets, and Peter Young
worked with the team to design a new HOP for obtaining new observations
of jets. The link below gives details of the data obtained through this
HOP and other associated observations.
The large south coronal hole of 2014-15A large south coronal hole was present from around September 2014 to March 2015. A list of EIS observations is available.
"SDO and Hinode Observations of a
Blowout Jet in a Coronal Hole" [ADS]
"A Coronal Hole Jet Observed with
Hinode and the Solar Dynamics Observatory" [ADS]
velocity signature of coronal jets observed with Hinode/EIS and SDO"
"Photospheric Signatures of
Coronal Hole Jets" [pdf]
Dr Young was invited to contribute to a review of coronal jets, to be created by an ISSI International Team. Dr Young will oversee a review of spectroscopic observations of coronal jets. Below is a link to a list of papers giving spectroscopic jet results.
Page maintained by Dr Peter R Young.