Coronal Mass Ejections

The outer solar atmosphere, the corona, is structured by strong magnetic fields. Where these fields are closed, often above sunspot groups, the confined solar atmosphere can suddenly and violently release bubbles of gas and magnetic fields called coronal mass ejections (CMEs). A large CME can contain a billion tons of matter and be accelerated to several hundreds of kilometers per second in a spectacular explosion. Solar material streams out through the interplanetary medium, impacting any planet or spacecraft in its path. CMEs are sometimes associated with flares but can occur independently.
Title: Coronal Mass Ejections

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Mathilda De Burca

Teacher: Paul Nugent
Title: CMEs, Nanoflares and their detection

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Prakriti Parekh
Sophie Goodwin

Teacher: Andy Brittain
School: Lady Eleanor Holles School (United Kingdom)
Title: Coronal Mass Ejections

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Teacher: Johannes Löhner-Böttcher
School: Hansa-Gymnasium Stralsund (Germany)
Title: Coronal Mass Ejections

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Teacher: Celia Collins
Title: Coronal Mass Ejections

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Teacher: Anicet Cosialls Manonelles
School: Institut Guindàvols (Spain)
Title: Coronal Mass Ejection

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Constantin Pöck
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Teacher: Benjamin Wallner
School: Wiedner Gymnasium (Austria)
Title: Coronal Mass Ejection

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Teacher: Concepción de Vera Cabrera
School: Colegio Sagrado Corazón (Spain)