Title: First Results From Hinode
Volume: 397 Year: 2008 View this Volume on ADS
Editors: Matthews, Sarah A.; Davis, John M.; Harra, Louise K.
These proceedings are an overview of the status of the Hinode mission a year after launch with particular emphasis on instrument performance and the scientific results from the first data release. Hinode was designed to study the sun at high spatial and temporal resolution in order to answer the fundamental questions on how its magnetic fields are formed and evolve, and how their interaction with the solar plasma creates the wide variety of active phenomena that are observed on the sun. The papers presented at the conference and published in this volume contain a number of new and significant advances in this area.

The conference covered a broad range of topics that included the most pressing open questions in solar physics, such as the emergence and evolution of magnetic fields, their impact on structuring and heating the solar atmosphere, the origins of the solar wind, and explosive energy release on all scales. This book therefor provides a broad picture of the current advances in observational solar physics made by Hinode, raising a number of new questions in several areas. It is suitable for researchers and graduate students interested in solar and stellar physics and in the processes involved in magnetized plasma environments in general.

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Volume 397 Cover Matthews, S.A.; Davis, J.M.; Harra, L.K.
Front Matter   
Volume 397 Front Matter 1 Matthews, S.A.; Davis, J.M.; Harra, L.K.
Conference Photograph   
Volume 397 Conference Photograph 2 Matthews, S.A.; Davis, J.M.; Harra, L.K.
Part 1.
Oral Presentations - Session 1
The Hinode Mission 3 Tsuneta, S.; the Hinode Team
On-orbit Performance of the Solar Optical Telescope aboard Hinode 5 Ichimoto, K.; Katsukawa, Y.; Tarbell, T.; Shine, R.A.; Hoffmann, C.; Berger, T.; Cruz, T.; Suematsu, Y.; Tsuneta, S.; Shimizu, T.; Lites, B.W.
Overview of EIS Performance 11 Hara, H.
Magnetic Fields of the Quiet Sun: A New Quantitative Perspective From Hinode 17 Lites, B.W.; Kubo, M.; Socas-Navarro, H.
Magnetic Fields in the Solar Polar Region 19 Tsuneta, S.; the Hinode SOT Team
New Form of Emerging Magnetic Fields in Plage Regions 21 Ishikawa, R.; Tsuneta, S.
Hinode EIS and XRT Observations of Hot Jets in Coronal Holes - Does the Plasma Escape? 23 Baker, D.; van Driel-Gesztelyi, L.; Kamio, S.; Culhane, J.L.; Harra, L.K.; Sun, J.; Young, P.R.; Matthews, S.A.
High Resolution Observations of Spicules with Hinode/SOT 27 Suematsu, Y.; Ichimoto, K.; Katsukawa, Y.; Shimizu, T.; Okamoto, T.; Tsuneta, S.; Tarbell, T.; Shine, R.A.
Quiet-Sun: A Comparison of MDI and SOT Fluxes 31 Parnell, C.E.; Deforest, C.E.; Hagenaar, H.J.; Lamb, D.A.; Welsch, B.T.
Velocity Structure of Bright Points in a Coronal Hole 35 Kamio, S.; Hara, H.; Watanabe, T.; Curdt, W.
Part 2.
Oral Presentations - Session 2
The Determination of the Temperature Along Structures in the Solar Atmosphere 41 Noglik, J.B.; Walsh, R.W.
Density Structure in Active Regions from Hinode/EIS 45 Tripathi, D.; Mason, H.E.; Young, P.R.; Chifor, C.; Del Zanna, G.
Hinode/XRT Diagnostics of Loop Thermal Structure 50 Reale, F.; Parenti, S.; Reeves, K.K.; Weber, M.; Bobra, M.G.; Barbera, M.; Kano, R.; Narukage, N.; Shimojo, M.; Sakao, T.; Peres, G.; Golub, L.
Hα as a Chromospheric Diagnostic 54 Rutten, R.J.
Forward Modeling of EIS Spectroscopic Data Emitted by a Vertically Oscillating Loop 58 Van Doorsselaere, T.; Nakariakov, V.M.
Influence of Seeing on Cloud Model Parameters Obtained from Hα Observations 63 Tziotziou, K.; Tsiropoula, G.; Heinzel, P.
Multi-strand Hydrodynamic Modeling of Nanoflare-Heated Coronal Loops 68 Walsh, R.W.; Sarkar, A.; Noglik, J.B.
Part 3.
Oral Presentations - Session 3
What can we Learn from Nonlinear Force-Free Extrapolations? 75 Régnier, S.
Evolution of Magnetic Fields at the Boundary of the Penumbra 79 Kubo, M.; Ichimoto, K.; Shimizu, T.; Lites, B.W.; Tsuneta, S.; Suematsu, Y.; Katsukawa, Y.; Nagata, S.; Tarbell, T.; Shine, R.A.; Title, A.M.
Spectroscopic Hinode Observables from Turbulent Heating and Cooling of Coronal Loops 83 Buchlin, É.; Cargill, P.J.; Bradshaw, S.J.; Velli, M.
Active Region 1 MK Loops: EIS vs. SOHO/CDS Observations 87 Del Zanna, G.
Solar Flares and Coronal Mass Ejections: a New View with Hinode 91 Harra, L.
New Evidence that CMEs are Self-Propelled Magnetic Bubbles 98 Moore, R.L.; Sterling, A.C.; Suess, S.T.
Doppler Shifts in the Boundary of the Dimming Region 102 Imada, S.; Hara, H.; Watanabe, T.; Asai, A.; Kamio, S.; Matsuzaki, K.; Harra, L.K.; Mariska, J.T.
Relating X-ray Luminosity of Flares Observed by XRT to Magnetic Flux and the Solar Wind 106 Korreck, K.E.; Reeves, K.K.; Kozarev, K.; Schwadron, N.A.
Three-Dimensional Structure Analysis of Coronal Magnetic Field in AR NOAA 10930 Based on Vector Magnetogram Observations with Hinode/SOT 110 Inoue, S.; Kusano, K.; Masuda, S.; Miyoshi, T.; Yamamoto, T.; Magara, T.; Tsuneta, S.; Sakurai, T.; Yokoyama, T.; the US/Japan SOT team
Early Hinode Observations of a Solar Filament Eruption 115 Sterling, A.C.; Moore, R.L.
Part 4.
Oral Presentations - Session 4
Long Duration Flare Observed with Hinode EIS 121 Culhane, J.L.; Hara, H.; Watanabe, T.; Matsuzaki, K.; Harra, L.K.; Cargill, P.; Mariska, J.T.; Doschek, G.A.
Study of the Physical Properties of Coronal “Waves” and Associated Dimmings 126 Attrill, G.D.R.; Harra, L.K.; van Driel-Gesztelyi, L.; Williams, D.; Alexeev, I.V.
Physical Conditions in Coronal Structures About to Flare 130 Hudson, H.S.; Hannah, I.G.; DeLuca, E.E.; Weber, M.
Evolution of Magnetic Field and Flow in NOAA 10930 Obtained by Hinode Observations 135 Magara, T.; Katsukawa, Y.; Ichimoto, K.; Tsuneta, S.; Yokoyama, T.; Nagata, T.; Inoue, S.
Fine Structures of Flaring Loops Seen in Fe xxiii 263.76 Å Line 139 Watanabe, T.
Synthetic Hinode/EIS Observations of Oscillating Loops 143 Taroyan, Y.
Highlights from Hinode 147 Priest, E.R.
Part 5.
Explosive Event in the Quiet Sun Seen by XRT-EIS and SUMER 155 Attie, R.; Innes, D.
Solar Flare Impulsive-phase Footpoints in Extreme UV, Soft X-Rays and Hard X-Rays 157 Bain, H.M.; Fletcher, L.
Long Duration Thermal Hard X-ray Sources Observed in Two Eruptive Flares 160 Bone, L.A.; Culhane, J.L.; van Driel-Gesztelyi, L.; Hara, H.
Multiscale Characterization of Eruptive Events 162 Byrne, J.P.; Young, C.A.; Gallagher, P.T.; McAteer, R.T.J.
Active Region Microflares from Hinode and RHESSI 164 Chifor, C.; Hannah, I.G.; Mason, H.E.; Isobe, H.; Yokoyama, T.; Young, P.R.; Tripathi, D.
Analyses of Hinode Magnetic Field Observations Using a 3D MHD Model 167 Gary, G.A.; Wu, S.T.; Wang, H.
Microflares with RHESSI and Hinode/XRT 169 Hannah, I.G.; Krucker, S.; Christe, S.; Hudson, H.S.; Lin, R.P.
IDL Object Oriented IDL Software for Hinode/XRT Image Analysis 171 Higgins, P.A.; Gallagher, P.T.
SUMER-Hinode Observations of Microflares: Excitation of Molecular Hydrogen 174 Innes, D.E.
Coronal Hole Identification and Characterisation using Automated Image Processing Techniques 176 Krista, L.D.; Gallagher, P.T.
Magnetic Variability of an XRT Bright Point 178 Maclean, R.C.; Owens, B.J.; Pérez Suárez, D.; Doyle, J.G.
Explosive Events in the Quiet Sun as Seen by EIS and SUMER 180 Madjarska, M.S.; Boutry, C.; Bewsher, D.
Fine Thermal Structure of a Flare Observed with Hinode/XRT 182 Parenti, S.; Reale, F.; Reeves, K.K.
Flare Cooling and Implications for Hinode/EIS 184 Raftery, C.L.; Gallagher, P.T.; Milligan, R.O.
DEM Temperature Analysis of Eruptive Events Using the XRT on Hinode 187 Reeves, K.K.; Weber, M.A.; Kashyap, V.; DeLuca, E.E.
3D MHD Simulations of Excitation and Damping of Vertical Kink Waves in Coronal Active Region Loops 189 Selwa, M.; Ofman, L.
Phase Mixing of Alfvén Waves in Divergent Magnetic Fields 192 Smith, P.D.; Tsiklauri, D.; Ruderman, M.S.
Study of Transition Region Transient Events with Hinode 194 Subramanian, S.; Madjarska, M.; Doyle, J.G.
Loop Morphology and Flows and their Relation to the Magnetic Field 196 Teriaca, L.; Wiegelmann, T.; Lagg, A.; Solanki, S.K.; Curdt, W.; Sekii, T.; the Hinode/SOT team
Preprocessing of Hinode/SOT Vector Magnetograms for Nonlinear Force-Free Coronal Magnetic Field Modeling 198 Wiegelmann, T.; Thalmann, J.K.; Schrijver, C.J.; DeRosa, M.L.; Metcalf, T.R.
Back Matter   
Volume 397 Back Matter 210 Matthews, S.A.; Davis, J.M.; Harra, L.K.