White-Light Flares: TRACE and RHESSI Observations. H. Hudson (UCB), J. Wolfson (LMSAL) & T. Metcalf (CORA). White-Light Flares (WLF). “White light” is formed deep in the solar atmosphere and is therefore energetically important (also note “white-light prominences,” which are up in the corona)
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H. Hudson (UCB), J. Wolfson (LMSAL)
& T. Metcalf (CORA)
aHudson et al., Solar Phys. (in press, 2005)
2002 Oct. 5
32 x 68 arc s frames
• TRACE WL contrasts can exceed 100% even for flares below X class