Can Rotating Hot Plasma Jets In The Solar Corona Become Unstable?
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Ivan is a research scientist at the Faulty of Physics at Sofia University.

                       

Can Rotating Hot Plasma Jets In The Solar Corona Become Unstable?

Solar jets are small-scale eruptions of hot plasma flowing along vertical or slightly oblique magnetic field lines. They are ubiquitous in the solar atmosphere from the photosphere to the outer corona. Solar jets are always associated with micro-flares that transfer magnetic energy to heat and kinetic energy. The occurrence rate of jets is very high in the solar atmosphere and they could ee considered as a possible candidate source for heating the coronal plasma and accelerating the fast solar wind....

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