Abstract


  ON VARIOUS TYPES OF SOLAR JETS DRIVEN BY MHD PULSES IN THE SOLAR ATMOSPHERE

  P. Kayshap, ARIES, pradeep.kashyap@aries.res.in
  A. Srivastava, Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology (Banaras Hindu University), Varanasi-221005, India, asrivastava.aap@iitbhu.ac.in

The various types of solar jets at diverse spatio-temporal scales
(e.g., marcospicules, surges, coronal jets) trigger locally in
the solar atmosphere. These jets are important as they transport
the energy and mass in the localized solar corona and may
contribute in the heating as well as nascent wind formation.
Therefore, understanding of the driving mechanisms and physical
conditions of these jets are very important to understand their
role in the solar atmosphere. In the present paper, we describe
the formation of a solar surge, marcospicule and polar coronal
jets in two different episodic events in the solar atmosphere. We
found that these jets are formed by reconnection generated pulses
and their evolution in highly stratified solar atmosphere. We
match the observations with corresponding numerical model, and
discuss their physical implications.