Xudong Sun
Xudong Sun
Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii
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The Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager (HMI) Vector Magnetic Field Pipeline: SHARPs – Space-Weather HMI Active Region Patches
MG Bobra, X Sun, JT Hoeksema, M Turmon, Y Liu, K Hayashi, G Barnes, ...
Solar Physics 289, 3549-3578, 2014
The Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager (HMI) vector magnetic field pipeline: overview and performance
JT Hoeksema, Y Liu, K Hayashi, X Sun, J Schou, S Couvidat, A Norton, ...
Solar Physics 289, 3483-3530, 2014
Evolution of magnetic field and energy in a major eruptive active region based on SDO/HMI observation
X Sun, JT Hoeksema, Y Liu, T Wiegelmann, K Hayashi, Q Chen, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 748 (2), 77, 2012
Comparison of line-of-sight magnetograms taken by the solar dynamics observatory/helioseismic and magnetic imager and solar and heliospheric observatory/Michelson Doppler imager
Y Liu, JT Hoeksema, PH Scherrer, J Schou, S Couvidat, RI Bush, ...
Solar Physics 279, 295-316, 2012
How should one optimize nonlinear force-free coronal magnetic field extrapolations from SDO/HMI vector magnetograms?
T Wiegelmann, JK Thalmann, B Inhester, T Tadesse, X Sun, ...
Solar Physics 281, 37-51, 2012
Hot spine loops and the nature of a late-phase solar flare
X Sun, JT Hoeksema, Y Liu, G Aulanier, Y Su, IG Hannah, RA Hock
The Astrophysical Journal 778 (2), 139, 2013
On polar magnetic field reversal and surface flux transport during solar cycle 24
X Sun, JT Hoeksema, Y Liu, J Zhao
The Astrophysical Journal 798 (2), 114, 2015
Why is the great solar active region 12192 flare-rich but CME-poor?
X Sun, MG Bobra, JT Hoeksema, Y Liu, Y Li, C Shen, S Couvidat, ...
The Astrophysical Journal Letters 804 (2), L28, 2015
Formation of a double-decker magnetic flux rope in the sigmoidal solar active region 11520
X Cheng, MD Ding, J Zhang, XD Sun, Y Guo, YM Wang, B Kliem, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 789 (2), 93, 2014
A database of flare ribbon properties from the Solar Dynamics Observatory. I. Reconnection flux
MD Kazachenko, BJ Lynch, BT Welsch, X Sun
The Astrophysical Journal 845 (1), 49, 2017
Coronal field opens at lower height during the solar cycles 22 and 23 minimum periods: IMF comparison suggests the source surface should be lowered
CO Lee, JG Luhmann, JT Hoeksema, X Sun, CN Arge, I de Pater
Solar Physics 269, 367-388, 2011
The influence of spatial resolution on nonlinear force-free modeling
ML DeRosa, MS Wheatland, KD Leka, G Barnes, T Amari, A Canou, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 811 (2), 107, 2015
A non-radial eruption in a quadrupolar magnetic configuration with a coronal null
X Sun, JT Hoeksema, Y Liu, Q Chen, K Hayashi
The Astrophysical Journal 757 (2), 149, 2012
A new method for polar field interpolation
X Sun, Y Liu, JT Hoeksema, K Hayashi, X Zhao
Solar Physics 270, 9-22, 2011
Magnetic energy partition between the coronal mass ejection and flare from AR 11283
L Feng, T Wiegelmann, Y Su, B Inhester, YP Li, XD Sun, WQ Gan
The Astrophysical Journal 765 (1), 37, 2013
Critical Science Plan for the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST)
MP Rast, N Bello González, L Bellot Rubio, W Cao, G Cauzzi, E DeLuca, ...
Solar Physics 296 (4), 70, 2021
Investigating the magnetic imprints of major solar eruptions with SDO/HMI high-cadence vector magnetograms
X Sun, JT Hoeksema, Y Liu, M Kazachenko, R Chen
The Astrophysical Journal 839 (1), 67, 2017
The role of erupting sigmoid in triggering a flare with parallel and large-scale quasi-circular ribbons
NC Joshi, C Liu, X Sun, H Wang, T Magara, YJ Moon
The Astrophysical Journal 812 (1), 50, 2015
Numerical simulations of coronal mass ejection on 2011 March 7: one-temperature and two-temperature model comparison
M Jin, WB Manchester, B Van Der Holst, R Oran, I Sokolov, G Toth, Y Liu, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 773 (1), 50, 2013
Super-flaring active region 12673 has one of the fastest magnetic flux emergence ever observed
X Sun, AA Norton
arXiv preprint arXiv:1711.08383, 2017
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