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2022

The first widespread solar energetic particle event of solar cycle 25 on 2020 November 29. Shock wave properties and the wide distribution of solar energetic particles

Context. On 2020 November 29, an eruptive event occurred in an active region located behind the eastern solar limb as seen from Earth. The event consisted of an M4.4 class flare, a coronal mass ejection, an extreme ultraviolet (EUV) wave, and a white-light (WL) shock wave. The eruption gave rise to the first widespread solar energetic particle (SEP) event of solar cycle 25, which was observed at four widely separated heliospheric locations (\ensuremath\sim230\textdegree). \ Aims: Our aim is to better understand the source of ...

Kouloumvakos, A.; Kwon, R.~Y.; ia, Rodr\; Lario, D.; Dresing, N.; Kilpua, E.~K.~J.; Vainio, R.; Török, T.; Plotnikov, I.; Rouillard, A.~P.; Downs, C.; Linker, J.~A.; Malandraki, O.~E.; Pinto, R.~F.; Riley, P.; Allen, R.~C.;

Published by: \aap      Published on: apr

YEAR: 2022     DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/202142515

Parker Data Used; Sun: general; Sun: particle emission; Sun: coronal mass ejections (CMEs); shock waves

2021

Parker solar probe observations of helical structures as boundaries for energetic particles

Energetic particle transport in the interplanetary medium is known to be affected by magnetic structures. It has been demonstrated for solar energetic particles in near-Earth orbit studies, and also for the more energetic cosmic rays. In this paper, we show observational evidence that intensity variations of solar energetic particles can be correlated with the occurrence of helical magnetic flux tubes and their boundaries. The analysis is carried out using data from Parker Solar Probe orbit 5, in the period 2020 May 24 to Ju ...

Pecora, F.; Servidio, S.; Greco, A.; Matthaeus, W.~H.; McComas, D.~J.; Giacalone, J.; Joyce, C.~J.; Getachew, T.; Cohen, C.~M.~S.; Leske, R.~A.; Wiedenbeck, M.~E.; McNutt, R.~L.; Hill, M.~E.; Mitchell, D.~G.; Christian, E.~R.; Roelof, E.~C.; Schwadron, N.~A.; Bale, S.~D.;

Published by: \mnras      Published on: sep

YEAR: 2021     DOI: 10.1093/mnras/stab2659

magnetic fields; plasmas; Sun: magnetic fields; Sun: solar wind; Sun: particle emission; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; Physics - Plasma Physics; Physics - Space Physics; Parker Data Used

Solar energetic particle heavy ion properties in the widespread event of 2020 November 29

Context. Following a multi-year minimum of solar activity, a solar energetic particle event on 2020 Nov. 29 was observed by multiple spacecraft covering a wide range of solar longitudes including ACE, the Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory-A, and the recently launched Parker Solar Probe and Solar Orbiter. \ Aims: Multi-point observations of a solar particle event, combined with remote-sensing imaging of flaring, shocks, and coronal mass ejections allows for a global picture of the event to be synthesized, and made avail ...

Mason, G.~M.; Cohen, C.~M.~S.; Ho, G.~C.; Mitchell, D.~G.; Allen, R.~C.; Hill, M.~E.; Andrews, G.~B.; Berger, L.; Boden, S.; Böttcher, S.; Cernuda, I.; Christian, E.~R.; Cummings, A.~C.; Davis, A.~J.; Desai, M.~I.; De Nolfo, G.~A.; Eldrum, S.; Elftmann, R.; Kollhoff, A.; Giacalone, J.; omez-Herrero, R.; Hayes, J.; Janitzek, N.~P.; Joyce, C.~J.; Korth, A.; Kühl, P.; Kulkarni, S.~R.; Labrador, A.~W.; Lara, Espinosa; Lees, W.~J.; Leske, R.~A.; Mall, U.; Martin, C.; in, Mart\; Matthaeus, W.~H.; McComas, D.~J.; McNutt, R.~L.; Mewaldt, R.~A.; Mitchell, J.~G.; Pacheco, D.; Espada, Parra; Prieto, M.; Rankin, J.~S.; Ravanbakhsh, A.; iguez-Pacheco, Rodr\; Polo, Rodr\; Roelof, E.~C.; anchez-Prieto, S.; Schlemm, C.~E.; Schwadron, N.~A.; Seifert, H.; Stone, E.~C.; Szalay, J.~R.; Terasa, J.~C.; Tyagi, K.; von Forstner, J.~L.; Wiedenbeck, M.~E.; Wimmer-Schweingruber, R.~F.; Xu, Z.~G.; Yedla, M.;

Published by: \aap      Published on: dec

YEAR: 2021     DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/202141310

Parker Data Used; acceleration of particles; Sun: abundances; Sun: flares; Sun: particle emission

PSP/IS\ensuremath\odotIS observations of the 29 November 2020 solar energetic particle event

\ Aims: On 29 November 2020, at 12:34 UT, active region 12790 erupted with an M4.4 class flare and a 1700 km s$^\ensuremath-1$ coronal mass ejection. Parker Solar Probe (PSP) was completing its seventh orbit around the Sun and was located at 0.8 au when the Integrated Science Investigation of the Sun (IS\ensuremath\odotIS) measured the ensuing mid- sized solar energetic particle (SEP) event. Not only was this the first SEP event with heavy ions above 10 MeV nuc$^\ensuremath-1$ to be measured by IS\ensuremath\odotIS, it was a ...

Cohen, C.~M.~S.; Christian, E.~R.; Cummings, A.~C.; Davis, A.~J.; Desai, M.~I.; De Nolfo, G.~A.; Giacalone, J.; Hill, M.~E.; Joyce, C.~J.; Labrador, A.~W.; Leske, R.~A.; Matthaeus, W.~H.; McComas, D.~J.; McNutt, R.~L.; Mewaldt, R.~A.; Mitchell, D.~G.; Mitchell, J.~G.; Rankin, J.~S.; Roelof, E.~C.; Schwadron, N.~A.; Stone, E.~C.; Szalay, J.~R.; Wiedenbeck, M.~E.; Vourlidas, A.; Bale, S.~D.; Pulupa, M.; MacDowall, R.~J.;

Published by: \aap      Published on: dec

YEAR: 2021     DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/202140967

Parker Data Used; Sun: particle emission; Sun: activity; solar-terrestrial relations

The first widespread solar energetic particle event observed by Solar Orbiter on 2020 November 29

Context. On 2020 November 29, the first widespread solar energetic particle (SEP) event of solar cycle 25 was observed at four widely separated locations in the inner (\ensuremath\lesssim1 AU) heliosphere. Relativistic electrons as well as protons with energies > 50 MeV were observed by Solar Orbiter (SolO), Parker Solar Probe, the Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO)-A and multiple near- Earth spacecraft. The SEP event was associated with an M4.4 class X-ray flare and accompanied by a coronal mass ejection and a ...

Kollhoff, A.; Kouloumvakos, A.; Lario, D.; Dresing, N.; omez-Herrero, R.; ia, Rodr\; Malandraki, O.~E.; Richardson, I.~G.; Posner, A.; Klein, K.; Pacheco, D.; Klassen, A.; Heber, B.; Cohen, C.~M.~S.; Laitinen, T.; Cernuda, I.; Dalla, S.; Lara, Espinosa; Vainio, R.; Köberle, M.; Kühl, R.; Xu, Z.~G.; Berger, L.; Eldrum, S.; Brüdern, M.; Laurenza, M.; Kilpua, E.~J.; Aran, A.; Rouillard, A.~P.; ik, Bu\vc\; Wijsen, N.; Pomoell, J.; Wimmer-Schweingruber, R.~F.; Martin, C.; Böttcher, S.~I.; von Forstner, J.~L.; Terasa, J.; Boden, S.; Kulkarni, S.~R.; Ravanbakhsh, A.; Yedla, M.; Janitzek, N.; iguez-Pacheco, Rodr\; Mateo, Prieto; Prieto, S.; Espada, Parra; Polo, Rodr\; in, Mart\; Carcaboso, F.; Mason, G.~M.; Ho, G.~C.; Allen, R.~C.; Andrews, Bruce; Schlemm, C.~E.; Seifert, H.; Tyagi, K.; Lees, W.~J.; Hayes, J.; Bale, S.~D.; Krupar, V.; Horbury, T.~S.; Angelini, V.; Evans, V.; Brien, H.; Maksimovic, M.; Khotyaintsev, Yu.; Vecchio, A.; Steinvall, K.; Asvestari, E.;

Published by: \aap      Published on: dec

YEAR: 2021     DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/202140937

Parker Data Used; Sun: particle emission; Sun: heliosphere; Sun: coronal mass ejections (CMEs); Sun: flares; Interplanetary medium

Thin silicon solid-state detectors for energetic particle measurements. Development, characterization, and application on NASA s Parker Solar Probe mission

Context. Silicon solid-state detectors are commonly used for measuring the specific ionization, dE∕dx, in instruments designed for identifying energetic nuclei using the dE∕dx versus total energy technique in space and in the laboratory. The energy threshold and species resolution of the technique strongly depend on the thickness and thickness uniformity of these detectors.
Aims: Research has been carried out to develop processes for fabricating detectors that are thinner than 15 μm, that have a thickness uniform ...

Wiedenbeck, M.; Burnham, J.; Cohen, C.; Cook, W.; Crabill, R.; Cummings, A.; Davis, A.; Kecman, B.; Labrador, A.; Leske, R.; Mewaldt, R.; Rankin, J.; Rusert, M.; Stone, E.; Christian, E.; Goodwin, P.; Link, J.; Nahory, B.; Shuman, S.; von Rosenvinge, T.; Tindall, C.; Black, H.; Bullough, M.; Clarke, N.; Glasson, V.; Greenwood, N.; Hawkins, C.; Johnson, T.; Newton, A.; Richardson, K.; Walsh, S.; Wilburn, C.; Birdwell, B.; Everett, d.; McComas, D.; Weidner, S.; Angold, N.; Schwadron, N.;

Published by: Astronomy and Astrophysics      Published on: 06/2021

YEAR: 2021     DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/202039754

instrumentation: detectors; Sun: particle emission; acceleration of particles; space vehicles: instruments; Parker Data Used

Parker Solar Probe observations of He/H abundance variations in SEP events inside 0.5 au


Aims: The Parker Solar Probe (PSP) orbit provides an opportunity to study the inner heliosphere at distances closer to the Sun than previously possible. Due to the solar minimum conditions, the initial orbits of PSP yielded only a few solar energetic particle (SEP) events for study. Recently during the fifth orbit, at distances from 0.45 to 0.3 au, the energetic particle suite on PSP, Integrated Science Investigation of the Sun (IS⊙IS), observed a series of six SEP events, adding to the limited number of SEP events ...

Cohen, C.; Christian, E.; Cummings, A.; Davis, A.; Desai, M.; de Nolfo, G.; Giacalone, J.; Hill, M.; Joyce, C.; Labrador, A.; Leske, R.; Matthaeus, W.; McComas, D.; McNutt, R.; Mewaldt, R.; Mitchell, D.; Mitchell, J.; Rankin, J.; Roelof, E.; Schwadron, N.; Stone, E.; Szalay, J.; Wiedenbeck, M.; Vourlidas, A.; Bale, S.; Pulupa, M.; MacDowall, R.;

Published by: Astronomy and Astrophysics      Published on: 06/2021

YEAR: 2021     DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/202039299

Sun: particle emission; Sun: activity; solar-terrestrial relations; Parker Data Used

2018

Spatial Expansion and Speeds of Type III Electron Beam Sources in the Solar Corona

A component of space weather, electron beams are routinely accelerated in the solar atmosphere and propagate through interplanetary space. Electron beams interact with Langmuir waves resulting in type III radio bursts. They expand along the trajectory and, using kinetic simulations, we explore the expansion as the electrons propagate away from the Sun. Specifically, we investigate the front, peak, and back of the electron beam in space from derived radio brightness temperatures of fundamental type III emission. The front ...

Reid, Hamish; Kontar, Eduard;

Published by: The Astrophysical Journal      Published on: 11/2018

YEAR: 2018     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/aae5d4

Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; parker solar probe; Solar Probe Plus; Solar wind; Sun: corona; Sun: flares; Sun: particle emission; Sun: radio radiation

2017

The Acceleration of High-energy Protons at Coronal Shocks: The Effect of Large-scale Streamer-like Magnetic Field Structures

Recent observations have shown that coronal shocks driven by coronal mass ejections can develop and accelerate particles within several solar radii in large solar energetic particle (SEP) events. Motivated by this, we present an SEP acceleration study that including the process in which a fast shock propagates through a streamer-like magnetic field with both closed and open field lines in the low corona region. The acceleration of protons is modeled by numerically solving the Parker transport equation with spatial diffusi ...

Kong, Xiangliang; Guo, Fan; Giacalone, Joe; Li, Hui; Chen, Yao;

Published by: The Astrophysical Journal      Published on: 12/2017

YEAR: 2017     DOI: 10.3847/1538-4357/aa97d7

acceleration of particles; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; parker solar probe; Physics; shock waves; Solar Probe Plus; Sun: corona; Sun: coronal mass ejections: CMEs; Sun: magnetic fields; Sun: particle emission

Langmuir wave electric fields induced by electron beams in the heliosphere

Solar electron beams responsible for type III radio emission generate Langmuir waves as they propagate out from the Sun. The Langmuir waves are observed via in situ electric field measurements. These Langmuir waves are not smoothly distributed but occur in discrete clumps, commonly attributed to the turbulent nature of the solar wind electron density. Exactly how the density turbulence modulates the Langmuir wave electric fields is understood only qualitatively. Using weak turbulence simulations, we investigate how solar ...

Reid, Hamish; Kontar, Eduard;

Published by: Astronomy \& Astrophysics      Published on: 02/2017

YEAR: 2017     DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/201629697

Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics; parker solar probe; Physics - Plasma Physics; Physics - Space Physics; Solar Probe Plus; Solar wind; Sun: flares; Sun: heliosphere; Sun: magnetic fields; Sun: particle emission; Sun: radio radiation

2016

Simulations of Lateral Transport and Dropout Structure of Energetic Particles from Impulsive Solar Flares

Tooprakai, P.; Seripienlert, A.; Ruffolo, D.; Chuychai, P.; Matthaeus, W.~H.;

Published by: \apj      Published on: 11/2016

YEAR: 2016     DOI: 10.3847/0004-637X/831/2/195

Parker Data Used; magnetic fields; Solar wind; Sun: particle emission; turbulence



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