Multi-line spectropolarimetric NLTE inversions of the X1.6 Flare occurred in AR12192
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28.09.2023
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Natural Sciences (Physics)
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Solar flares are a sudden release of energy in the Sun’s atmosphere, caused by the rapid reconnection of magnetic fields around sunspots. We present a multi-line spectropolarimetric study of a confined X1.6 flare that occurred in the large and complex active region AR12192 on October 22, 2014. We inverted the full IBIS (Interferometric BIdimensional Spectropolarimeter) map in Ca II 8542 A and Fe I 6173 A simultaneously using the DeSIRe (Departure coeffcient aided Stokes Inversion based on Response functions) code. We analyze the profiles and the atmospheric parameters obtained during the inversions. We are able to reproduce complex asymmetric profiles that are in absorption in Fe I line and in emission in Ca II line.
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