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Does Oscillatory Breakout Reconnection Trigger Solar Jet? (2019-04-10)
A Small-scale Oscillatory Magnetic Reconnection Observed by the NVST for the ... (2019-04-08)

Magnetic Field Rearrangement in the Photosphere

Driven by an M5.0 So...

Emerging Magnetic Flux Triggering Filament Eruption and Its Reformation Obser... (2019-04-03)
Large-Scale Quasi-Periodic Wave in the Solar Atmosphere Discovered (2019-03-25)
Does double WD mergers have diverse outcomes? (2019-03-08)
SdB Star Perhaps the Surviving Companion of Type Ia Supernova (2019-03-07)
A Quasi-Periodic Propagating Wave and EUV Waves Excited Simultaneously in the... (2019-03-05)
Researchers Determined the Evolutionary Stages of the Pre-Main Sequence Delta... (2019-02-22)
Light curve of space target obtained with a superconducting nanowire single-p... (2019-01-23)
The AGN radio activity may lag behind its central black hole accretion (2019-01-02)
Three Stages of the Development of the Convective Core of sdB Stars Revealed (2018-11-30)
Shadow of the Black Hole at the Center of the Milky Way in Dark Matter Halos ... (2018-07-17)
Astronomers at Yunnan Observatories have progress on the Modeling and Detecti... (2018-07-09)
Scientists propose a novel method for locating a high-energy dissipation reg... (2018-06-21)
Yunnan Observatories Discovered Important Evolutionary Features of the Energy... (2018-05-23)
Excellent Reference Points Obtained for High Accuracy Parallax Distance Measu... (2018-05-02)
First domestic Lunar Laser Ranging achieved by Yunnan Observatories (2018-01-23)
The New progress about magnetic reconnection mechanism in the low solar atmos... (2018-01-16)
Researchers from the Yunnan Observatories propose a new mechanism of long-ter... (2018-01-11)
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