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Some Coronal Mass Ejections are Caused by Shock Waves in Other Regions of the Sun
This press release examines evidence of a possible new triggering mechanism for coronal mass ejections (CMEs) from the Sun. Scientists using data from the Yohkoh and SOHO satellites noticed that interconnecting X-ray loops, as they disappeared, were followed by looplike CMEs that erupted off to one side.
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  • Space science
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DLESE Catalog ID: NASA-Edmall-683
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Contributor: Harvey Leifert
American Geophysical Union