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"Impulse Response Flares" and Gamma Rays"Superflares" on solar-type stars observed with Kepler2000
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2012-05-29 Lunar Occultation2012-05-30 SAS observation of Venus Transit 20122012-06-22 Browser tips
2012-10-31 Elemental Abundances2012-10-31 GOES M9 Flare2012-12-12 Detector 4 Segmented
2012 RHESSI Science Nuggets2013-02-27 Detector 2 Front Slow Threshold Changes2013-03-13 Detector 2 spectral behavior
2013-03-20 Partial Segmentation and Splitting of the Annihilation Line2013-04-17 Detector 9 weirdness
2013-05 X flares2013-06-05 Cryocooler balancing2013-06-05 Detector 9 update
2013-06-12 Spin rate anomalies2013-06-19 Spin rates and detector temperatures2013-08-14 May 13 EMDs
2013-08-21 Kappa distribution in 2013 May 12 flare2013-08-28 HMI/RHESSI 2012 Nov 20 flare
2013 RHESSI Science Nuggets2014 RHESSI Science Nuggets2015 RHESSI Science Nuggets
2016 RHESSI Science Nuggets2017 RHESSI Science Nuggets2018 RHESSI Science Nuggets
2019 RHESSI Science Nuggets3D Magnetic Reconnection at a Coronal Null Point3pow - Triple Power Law
A (The?) 3D standard model for eruptive flaresA Bad Time for Flares but a Good Time for DebrisA Cool Star Flare Reveals an Unexpectedly Hot Emission Component
A Curious Sunspot Group in 2018A Flare in 3DA Global Survey of EUV Coronal Power Spectra
A Lasso Model for Solar Gamma-ray EventsA New Day DawnsA PSP Perihelion
A Pion EventA Record-Setting CMEless FlareA STEREO/RHESSI Flare at Solar Minimum
A Shocking Type IIA Solar Hard X-Ray Halo: Exploring the Quiet Sun 2A Sunspot from Cycle 25 for sure
A Two-ribbon White-light Flare Associated with a Failed Solar EruptionA Wonderful Cycle 24 FlareA flare in the deep solar atmosphere
A hard wee flare observed with RHESSI and Hinode/XRTA huge gamma-ray burstA lasso model for gamma rays
A last best active regionA myriad of microflaresA new development in the Frost-Dennis paradigm
A remarkable, but confused, coronal hard X-ray sourceA solar X-ray dentist mirrorA tiny white-light flare
Above-the-Looptop SourcesAbundances in Solar FlaresAcceleration-region Densities
Acceleration of fast halo CMEs & synchronized flare HXR burstsAcceleration without HeatingAlbedo and the modification of RHESSI results
All RHESSI Science NuggetsAlphabetic List of Data Access CommandsAlternatives to IDL
An Alternative View of the Masuda FlareAn Fe Cascade
An Unreported White-light ProminenceAn energetic pre-flareAn energetic pre-flare: electron distributions in magnetic reconnection outflows
An energetic pre-flare and kappa electron distribution in magnetic reconnection outflowAnisotropy of RHESSI hard X-ray emissionAnnealing
Annealing RHESSI for the first timeAnnihilation of PositronsAntipodal Flares
Are stellar flares like solar flares?At last, the EUV SpectrumAttenuators
Attitude Control SystemAwesome Stellar Flare SpectraBARREL Balloon Observations and History
Back from the Far SideBastille Day 2017Bastille day encore 2005
Birth of a dense flaring loopBlack and White FlaresBlind Image Analysis
Blue-wing enhancement of the Mg II h and k lines in a flareBouncing Thick-Target Coronal X-Ray SourcesBpow - Broken Power Law
Brilliant TimingBroken-up hard X-ray spectra found for a loop-top source during a solar limb flareBrowse the RHESSI data!
Burst-on-Tail (BOT)But there was a bigger oneCMEless Flares
CMEs on young, solar-type starsCORONAS/SPIRIT Mg XII and NanoflaresCan magnetic reconnection cause solar rainstorms?
Chree Analysis for FlaresChromospheric Plasma Parameters
CleanClean and UV Smooth Images Changing Image CentersCloudy SolarSoftware
Collapsing TrapsComplementary Data AccessConfined Flares versus Eruptive Flares
Coronal Hard X-ray Sources RevisitedCoronal gamma-ray sources in giant solar flaresCoronal hard X-rays and gamma-rays
Coronal implosionCoronal nanoflares powered by footpoint reconnectionCosmic Rays over the Rainbow Bridge
Create ArticleCreating a Spectrum File Using the HESSI GUI
CryocoolerCycle 24Cycle 24 - don't panic yet!
Cycle 24 - time to panicCycle 24 Flares BeginCycle 24 has begun
Cycle 25 Strikes AgainDDIB-table-2013-Feb-14
DIB-table-2013-Sep-30DIB-table-2014-Apr-07DIB-table-2014-Apr-11
DIB-table-2014-Apr-15DIB-table-2014-Aug-13DIB-table-2014-Feb-27
DIB-table-2014-Jan-08DIB-table-2014-Jan-29DIB-table-2014-Jun-11
DIB-table-2014-Mar-11DIB-table-2014-May-12DIB-table-2014-May-20
DIB-table-2014-May-28DIB-table-2015-Apr-01DIB-table-2015-Apr-15
DIB-table-2015-Jan-05DIB-table-2015-Jul-08DIB-table-2015-Jul-22
DIB-table-2015-Jun-17DIB-table-2015-Mar-04DIB-table-2015-March-04
DIB-table-2015-May-13DIB-table-2015-May-27
DIB TableDIB table 2015-Sep-23DIB table 2015 Aug 25
DIB table 2015 Aug 5DIB table 2015 Sep 22DIB table 2016-May-12
DIB table 2016-May-4DIY spectroscopy: Analyzing AIA diffraction patternsDaily solar mm-observations at Aalto University Metsähovi Radio Observatory
Data-driven radiative hydrodynamic modeling of SOL2014-03-29DecimationDecimetric pulsations and coronal X-ray sources
Dense Loop FlaresDetector 1Detector 1 anneal 2012
Detector 2Detector 2 anneal 2012Detector 3
Detector 3 anneal 2012Detector 4Detector 4 anneal 2012
Detector 5Detector 5 anneal 2012Detector 6
Detector 6 anneal 2012Detector 7Detector 7 anneal 2012
Detector 8Detector 8 anneal 2012Detector 9
Detector 9 anneal 2012Detector Source Centroids
Detectors
Dimmings and Sustained Gamma-Ray EventsDips and Waves
Dissauer et al. (2016)Do Kepler Superflare Stars Really Include Slowly Rotating Sun-like Stars?Do slow waves trigger pulsations in two-ribbon flares? An observational search
Do solar decimetric spikes originate in coronal X-ray sources?Double Coronal Hard X-ray Source
Double Coronal X-ray and Microwave Sources Associated With A Magnetic Breakout Solar EruptionDrm mod - Pseudo function for fine tuning RHESSI DRM parametersDynamic Processes of the Moreton Wave on 2014 March 29
EIT Waves - Cadence issuesEOVSA Coverage of a Recent Gamma-Ray FlareEUNIS Sees Pervasive Faint Fe XIX Emission: Evidence for Nanoflare Heating
EVE-RHESSI DEM Models and the Low-energy Cutoff for Nonthermal ElectronsEVE/ESP and the Neupert EffectEVE Observations of Flare Footpoints
Edward ChuppElectric Current Neutralization and Solar Eruption in Active RegionsElectron Scattering in the Flaring Corona
Electron acceleration and hard X-ray emission from SOL2013-11-09Electron beam anisotropy during precipitation info a flaring atmosphereElectron re-acceleration and HXR emission
Elementary FlaresEmission LinesEmpirical Constructs and Cartoons
Energy Partition in Large Solar Eruptive EventsEnergy goes up... but doesn't come back down! Coronal heating?Energy goes up... but doesn't come back down! Photospheric energy drives atmospheric heating
Exploring the Quiet Sun 1Extreme events, stellar evolution, and magnetic reconnectionFOXSI-2 Launch
FOXSI SuccessFaculae and microflaresFast electron recombination: a neglected HXR source
Fast electrons relaxingFe XIX and Pervasive Nanoflare HeatingFine Structure in Flare Soft X-ray Light Curves
First Sunquake of Solar Cycle 24 Observed by Solar Dynamics ObservatoryFit function componentsFitting a new detector
Fitting multiple intervalsFlare-induced Impulsive Sunspot Rotation caught in High ResolutionFlare Coronal Rain
Flare Heating by Mildly Non-thermal ParticlesFlare Loop AsymmetriesFlare Nimbus
Flare Observations of the EUV ContinuaFlare Observed by a Dozen InstrumentsFlare Plasma Abundances - New X-ray Observations
Flare ProductivityFlare waiting times depend on their magnitudesFootpoint motions and what we can learn from them
Free-bound continuum: basicsGOES Hard X-rays?Gamma rays and Doppler shifts
GdlGlasgow Callisto and CMEless type II burstsGlasgow Callisto optimistic: first light comes in focus
GridsGround Stations
HESSI and Type III Radio Bursts
Hard X-ray Directivity Measurements with STIX and MiSolFAHard X-ray Emission along H-alpha RibbonsHard X-ray Emission from Partially Occulted Solar Flares
Hard X-ray Footpoint AsymmetryHard X-ray Polarimetry from Tian Gong 2Hard X-ray Pulsations in Flares
Hard X-ray Spikes Observed by RHESSIHard X-rays and SympathyHard X-rays from a jet?
Hard X-rays in DescentHarmonic Oscillations
Hessi color tableHigh-energy Electrons and Electric Currents during a Flare
High Dispersion Spectroscopy of solar-type superflare starsHigh Energies in the Inner HeliosphereHigh Resolution Temporal and Spatial Structure of a White Light Flare
High Temperatures in Active RegionsHighly significant detection of solar neutronsHinode/SOT Observations of Flare Ribbons
History of Solar OblatenessHoming in on Flare EnergyHomologous CME/flares from AR 12371
Homologous White Light Solar FlaresHow does RHESSI make images?How to better determine the power in non-thermal electrons from observed X-ray spectra
How to correctly determine the power in non-thermal electrons from observed X-ray spectraHsi flare list fill: How the RHESSI Flare List is GeneratedHunting for Hidden Tiny Flares
IDLDE 7.1 or 7.1.1 PatchIDL Command: vso filesIDL Command: vso prep
IDL Command: vso searchImage difference.proImaging - First Steps
Imaging Quasi-Periodic Oscillations in a Simple FlareImaging Techniques: Tips, Tricks, and Issues
Imaging through visibility interpolation: uv-smoothImplosion and OscillationInitiation of a type II radio burst without a CME
Instantaneous Flare PropertiesInverse Compton X-rays from relativistic flare leptonsIonospheric Effects, Flare History, and Dick Donnelly
Is the coronal magnetic field braiding?John Brown and the thick-target modelJoint MinXSS and RHESSI Flare X-ray Spectra between 1 and 15 keV
Just how bursty is X-ray data?KW-Sun: The Konus/WIND Hard X-ray Solar Flare DatabaseKappa Distribution
Kernels and RibbonsKristian BirkelandLate-phase particle acceleration
Line - GaussianLinear Polarization in H-alpha FlaresLocalized Microwave and EUV Bright Structures in an Eruptive Prominence
Log for tohban anomaliesLorentz Force Evolution Reveals the Energy Build-up Processes during Recurrent Eruptive Solar FlaresM Dwarf Flare Spectra in the Near-UV from the Hubble Space Telescope
M is for MagnifiqueM is for Magnifique Part DeuxMagnetic fields in active regions
Main PageMajor Flare Watch EvaluationMars Odyssey/HEND and RHESSI
Masuda flareMicroflares in SectorsMicrowave Emission from Twisted Magnetic Fields
Microwave Images of a Single-Loop Flare: Observations and SimulationsMicrowave Imaging Spectroscopy of Flares is HereMinXSS and RHESSI measure flare spectra over 1-15 keV
MinoflaresModelling spatially resolved X-ray polarizationMulti-Instrument Solar Flare Observations I: Solar Flare Finder
Multi-Instrument Solar Flare Observations II: A SC24 retrospectiveMulti-thermal delays
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