Solar Physics

, Volume 153, Issue 1, pp 73–89

Material ejection

Authors

  • D. F. Webb
    • Institute for Space Research, Boston CollegeNewton Center
  • T. G. Forbes
    • Space Science Center/EOS, Morse HallUniversity of New Hampshire
  • H. Aurass
    • Astrophysical Institute, PotsdamObs. f. Solare Radioastronomie
  • J. Chen
    • Code 6790, Beam Physics BranchNaval Research Laboratory
  • P. Martens
    • ESTEC/ESASpace Science Division
  • B. Rompolt
    • Astronomical Institute of Wroclaw University
  • V. Rušin
    • Astronomical InstituteSlovak Academy of Sciences
  • S. F. Martin
    • Solar Astronomy 264-33California Institute of Technology
Article

DOI: 10.1007/BF00712493

Cite this article as:
Webb, D.F., Forbes, T.G., Aurass, H. et al. Sol Phys (1994) 153: 73. doi:10.1007/BF00712493
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Abstract

This paper reviews the major discussions and conclusions of the Flares 22 Workshop concerning the physical processes involved in mass ejecta events, with an emphasis on large-scale phenomena, especially Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs). New insights have been gained from recent data obtained from the SMM andYohkoh spacecraft and from several new ground-based radio and optical instruments, as well as from theoretical advances concerning the origins, driving mechanisms and long-term evolution of CMEs.

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