Wang Jingxiu1; Ji Haisheng2
Source Publicationsciencechinaearthsciences
Abstract"Solar storm" has been commonly accepted by academic community and the public as a very popular scientific term. It is avivid description of violent ejections of a huge amount of magnetized plasma from the Sun as strong flare/CMEs, which sweepover into interplanetary space, develop, and affect our space environment. The solar storm could bring us disastrous spaceweather, destroy crucial technology, and cause a large-scale blackout. It is one of the natural disasters faced by modern humanbeings. Here we first briefly summarize the observational features of solar storms and introduce some key issues, and then wefocus on major advances in observational studies. We mainly introduce the efforts made by the Chinese scientists and comment on the challenges and opportunities that they are facing. In this era when scientific breakthroughs in solar storm studiescrucially depend on space-borne devices and large-aperture ground-based telescopes, the Chinese solar research communityneeds to develop its own major observational facilities and improve space weather forecasting abilities.
Document Type期刊论文
First Author AffilicationNational Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Wang Jingxiu,Ji Haisheng. recentadvancesinsolarstormstudiesinchina[J]. sciencechinaearthsciences,2013,56(7):1091.
APA Wang Jingxiu,&Ji Haisheng.(2013).recentadvancesinsolarstormstudiesinchina.sciencechinaearthsciences,56(7),1091.
MLA Wang Jingxiu,et al."recentadvancesinsolarstormstudiesinchina".sciencechinaearthsciences 56.7(2013):1091.
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