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Estimating the mass of CMEs from the analysis of EUV dimmings.

Tytuł :
Estimating the mass of CMEs from the analysis of EUV dimmings.
Autorzy :
López, F. M.
Cremades, H.
Balmaceda, L. A.
Nuevo, F. A.
Vásquez, A. M.
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Temat :
CORONAL mass ejections
SOLAR cycle
PREDICATE calculus
SPACE environment
Źródło :
Astronomy & Astrophysics / Astronomie et Astrophysique; Jul2019, Vol. 627, p1-9, 9p
Przedsiębiorstwo/ jednostka :
CHICAGO Mercantile Exchange
Czasopismo naukowe
Context. Reliable estimates of the mass of coronal mass ejections (CMEs) are required to quantify their energy and predict how they affect space weather. When a CME propagates near the observer's line of sight, these tasks involve considerable errors, which motivated us to develop alternative means for estimating the CME mass. Aims. We aim at further developing and testing a method that allows estimating the mass of CMEs that propagate approximately along the observer's line of sight. Methods. We analyzed the temporal evolution of the mass of 32 white-light CMEs propagating across heliocentric heights of 2.5–15 R, in combination with that of the mass evacuated from the associated low coronal dimming regions. The mass of the white-light CMEs was determined through existing methods, while the mass evacuated by each CME in the low corona was estimated using a recently developed technique that analyzes the dimming in extreme-UV (EUV) images. The combined white-light and EUV analyses allow the quantification of an empirical function that describes the evolution of CME mass with height. Results. The analysis of 32 events yielded reliable estimates of the masses of front-side CMEs. We quantified the success of the method by calculating the relative error with respect to the mass of CMEs determined from white-light STEREO data, where the CMEs propagate close to the plane of sky. The median for the relative error in absolute values is ≈30%; 75% of the events in our sample have an absolute relative error smaller than 51%. The sources of uncertainty include the lack of knowledge of piled-up material, subsequent additional mass supply from the dimming region, and limitations in the mass-loss estimation from EUV data. The proposed method does not rely on assumptions of CME size or distance to the observer's plane of sky and is solely based on the determination of the mass that is evacuated in the low corona. It therefore represents a valuable tool for estimating the mass of Earth-directed events. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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