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Deriving CME volume and density from remote sensing data


Temmer, Manuela; Holzknecht, Lukas; Dumbovic, Mateja; Vrsnak, Bojan; Sachdeva, Nishtha; Heinemann, Stephan G.; Dissauer, Karin; Scolini, Camilla; Asvestari, Eleanna; Veronig, Astrid M.; Hofmeister, Stefan
Deriving CME volume and density from remote sensing data // vEGU21, the 23rd EGU General Assembly
online, 2021. str. 1-1 (ostalo, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak)


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Naslov
Deriving CME volume and density from remote sensing data

Autori
Temmer, Manuela ; Holzknecht, Lukas ; Dumbovic, Mateja ; Vrsnak, Bojan ; Sachdeva, Nishtha ; Heinemann, Stephan G. ; Dissauer, Karin ; Scolini, Camilla ; Asvestari, Eleanna ; Veronig, Astrid M. ; Hofmeister, Stefan

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, ostalo

Skup
VEGU21, the 23rd EGU General Assembly

Mjesto i datum
Online, 19-30.4.2021

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Ostalo

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
coronal mass ejections, space weather
(coronal mass ejections, space weather forecast)

Sažetak
Using combined STEREO-SOHO white-light data, we present a method to determine the volume and density of a coronal mass ejection (CME) by applying the graduated cylindrical shell model (GCS) and deprojected mass derivation. Under the assumption that the CME mass is roughly equally distributed within a specific volume, we expand the CME self-similarly and calculate the CME density for distances close to the Sun (15-30 Rs) and at 1 AU. The procedure is applied on a sample of 29 well-observed CMEs and compared to their interplanetary counterparts (ICMEs). Specific trends are derived comparing calculated and in-situ measured proton densities at 1 AU, though large uncertainties are revealed due to the unknown mass and geometry evolution: i) a moderate correlation for the magnetic structure having a mass that stays rather constant and ii) a weak correlation for the sheath density by assuming the sheath region is an extra mass - as expected for a mass pile-up process - that is in its amount comparable to the initial CME deprojected mass. High correlations are derived between in-situ measured sheath density and the solar wind density and solar wind speed as measured 24 hours ahead of the arrival of the disturbance. This gives additional confirmation that the sheath-plasma indeed stems from piled-up solar wind material. While the CME interplanetary propagation speed is not related to the sheath density, the size of the CME may play some role in how much material is piled up.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Fizika



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Ustanove:
Geodetski fakultet, Zagreb

Profili:

Avatar Url Bojan Vršnak (autor)

Avatar Url Mateja Dumbović (autor)

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Temmer, Manuela; Holzknecht, Lukas; Dumbovic, Mateja; Vrsnak, Bojan; Sachdeva, Nishtha; Heinemann, Stephan G.; Dissauer, Karin; Scolini, Camilla; Asvestari, Eleanna; Veronig, Astrid M.; Hofmeister, Stefan
Deriving CME volume and density from remote sensing data // vEGU21, the 23rd EGU General Assembly
online, 2021. str. 1-1 (ostalo, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak)
Temmer, M., Holzknecht, L., Dumbovic, M., Vrsnak, B., Sachdeva, N., Heinemann, S., Dissauer, K., Scolini, C., Asvestari, E., Veronig, A. & Hofmeister, S. (2021) Deriving CME volume and density from remote sensing data. U: vEGU21, the 23rd EGU General Assembly.
@article{article, year = {2021}, pages = {1-1}, keywords = {coronal mass ejections, space weather}, title = {Deriving CME volume and density from remote sensing data}, keyword = {coronal mass ejections, space weather}, publisherplace = {online} }
@article{article, year = {2021}, pages = {1-1}, keywords = {coronal mass ejections, space weather forecast}, title = {Deriving CME volume and density from remote sensing data}, keyword = {coronal mass ejections, space weather forecast}, publisherplace = {online} }




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