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The life of erupting flux ropes

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Unstable magnetic flux ropes represent the primary driver of eruptive solar flares and thus space weather. We summarize the recent developments of the 3D extensions of the Standard model of solar flares, including formation of the flux ropes, identification of the erupting mechanism(s), and processes during the eruption proper. New reconnection geometries are reviewed, both from theoretical as well as observational standpoint, as these lead to re-building of the erupting flux rope once the eruption is underway.

This talk is part of the DAMTP Astrophysics Seminars series.

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