Solar Physics

Papers
(The TQCC of Solar Physics is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
The Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope – Observatory Overview166
Progress in Solar Cycle Predictions: Sunspot Cycles 24–25 in Perspective86
Critical Science Plan for the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST)68
A New View of the Solar Interface Region from the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph (IRIS)57
Overlapping Magnetic Activity Cycles and the Sunspot Number: Forecasting Sunspot Cycle 25 Amplitude57
EMD and LSTM Hybrid Deep Learning Model for Predicting Sunspot Number Time Series with a Cyclic Pattern33
On the Prediction of Solar Cycles32
Upflows in the Upper Solar Atmosphere31
Recalibration of the Sunspot-Number: Status Report27
Role of Compressive Viscosity and Thermal Conductivity on the Damping of Slow Waves in Coronal Loops with and Without Heating–Cooling Imbalance26
Weakest Solar Cycle of the Space Age: A Study on Solar Wind–Magnetosphere Energy Coupling and Geomagnetic Activity25
Dispersion of Slow Magnetoacoustic Waves in the Active Region Fan Loops Introduced by Thermal Misbalance25
Solar X-Ray Monitor on Board the Chandrayaan-2 Orbiter: In-Flight Performance and Science Prospects23
CNN-Based Deep Learning Model for Solar Wind Forecasting23
Shaken and Stirred: When Bond Meets Suess–de Vries and Gnevyshev–Ohl23
Coronal Quasi-periodic Fast-mode Propagating Wave Trains23
Probabilistic Drag-Based Ensemble Model (DBEM) Evaluation for Heliospheric Propagation of CMEs23
High-Resolution Spectral and Anisotropy Characteristics of Solar Protons During the GLE N∘73 on 28 October 2021 Derived with Neutron-Monitor Data Analysis22
Robustness of Solar-Cycle Empirical Rules Across Different Series Including an Updated Active-Day Fraction (ADF) Sunspot Group Series22
Extreme Space-Weather Events and the Solar Cycle22
Forecasting of Sunspot Time Series Using a Hybridization of ARIMA, ETS and SVM Methods22
The Visible Spectro-Polarimeter of the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope22
Randomness in Sunspot Number: A Clue to Predict Solar Cycle 2520
On the Radial and Longitudinal Variation of a Magnetic Cloud: ACE, Wind, ARTEMIS and Juno Observations20
Mixed Properties of Slow Magnetoacoustic and Entropy Waves in a Plasma with Heating/Cooling Misbalance20
The STIX Aspect System (SAS): The Optical Aspect System of the Spectrometer/Telescope for Imaging X-Rays (STIX) on Solar Orbiter20
Evolution of Coronal Mass Ejections and the Corresponding Forbush Decreases: Modeling vs. Multi-Spacecraft Observations20
The Evolution of Coronal Holes over Three Solar Cycles Using the McIntosh Archive19
Science Highlights and Final Updates from 17 Years of Total Solar Irradiance Measurements from the SOlar Radiation and Climate Experiment/Total Irradiance Monitor (SORCE/TIM)19
Time Lag Between Cosmic-Ray and Solar Variability: Sunspot Numbers and Open Solar Magnetic Flux19
How Good Is the Bipolar Approximation of Active Regions for Surface Flux Transport?19
Coronal Photopolarimetry with the LASCO-C2 Coronagraph over 24 Years [1996 – 2019]19
Assessing the Predictability of Solar Energetic Particles with the Use of Machine Learning Techniques19
Prediction of Amplitude and Timing of Solar Cycle 2518
Development of a Confined Circular-Cum-Parallel Ribbon Flare and Associated Pre-Flare Activity18
Solar-Cycle Variability Results from the Solar Radiation and Climate Experiment (SORCE) Mission17
CME-Driven and Flare-Ignited Fast Magnetosonic Waves Detected in a Solar Eruption17
Empirical Model of 10 – 130 MeV Solar Energetic Particle Spectra at 1 AU Based on Coronal Mass Ejection Speed and Direction17
GLE # 67 Event on 2 November 2003: An Analysis of the Spectral and Anisotropy Characteristics Using Verified Yield Function and Detrended Neutron Monitor Data17
On the Expansion Speed of Coronal Mass Ejections: Implications for Self-Similar Evolution17
The Advanced Space-Based Solar Observatory (ASO-S)17
First Hard X-Ray Imaging Results by Solar Orbiter STIX17
Predicting the Amplitude of Solar Cycle 25 Using the Value 39 Months Before the Solar Minimum16
Overview of the Solar Radiation and Climate Experiment (SORCE) Seventeen-Year Mission16
Solar Flare Effects on the Earth’s Lower Ionosphere16
Active Region Contributions to the Solar Wind over Multiple Solar Cycles16
Transverse Coronal-Loop Oscillations Induced by the Non-radial Eruption of a Magnetic Flux Rope15
Propagating Conditions and the Time of ICME Arrival: A Comparison of the Effective Acceleration Model with ENLIL and DBEM Models15
Effect of Thermal Conductivity, Compressive Viscosity and Radiative Cooling on the Phase Shift of Propagating Slow Waves with and Without Heating–Cooling Imbalance15
Role of Non-ideal Dissipation with Heating–Cooling Misbalance on the Phase Shifts of Standing Slow Magnetohydrodynamic Waves15
Corotating Interaction Regions during Solar Cycle 24: A Study on Characteristics and Geoeffectiveness15
Three-Dimensional Simulations of Solar Wind Preconditioning and the 23 July 2012 Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejection15
Detections of Multi-Periodic Oscillations During a Circular Ribbon Flare15
Solar-Cycle Characteristics in Kodaikanal Sunspot Area: North–South Asymmetry, Phase Distribution and Gnevyshev Gap14
Measurements of Solar Differential Rotation Using the Century Long Kodaikanal Sunspot Data14
Sunspot Positions and Areas from Observations by Cigoli, Galilei, Cologna, Scheiner, and Colonna in 1612 – 161414
Distinguishing the Rigidity Dependences of Acceleration and Transport in Solar Energetic Particles14
Predicting the Shape of Solar Cycle 25 Using a Similar-Cycle Method14
Analysis of Large Deflections of Prominence–CME Events during the Rising Phase of Solar Cycle 2414
Solar Cycle Dependence of ICME Composition13
Coronal Elemental Abundance: New Results from Soft X-Ray Spectroscopy of the Sun13
Forecasting the Daily 10.7 cm Solar Radio Flux Using an Autoregressive Model13
Short-Term Periodicities Observed in Neutron Monitor Counting Rates13
Group Sunspot Numbers: A New Reconstruction of Sunspot Activity Variations from Historical Sunspot Records Using Algorithms from Machine Learning13
Trajectory Determination for Coronal Ejecta Observed by WISPR/Parker Solar Probe13
Temporal and Periodic Variation of the MCMESI for the Last Two Solar Cycles; Comparison with the Number of Different Class X-ray Solar Flares13
About the Altitude Profile of the Atmospheric Cut-Off of Cosmic Rays: New Revised Assessment13
Invited Review: Short-term Variability with the Observations from the Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager (HMI) Onboard the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO): Insights into Flare Magnetism13
Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) Observations of Flares and Quasi-Periodic Pulsations from Low-Mass Stars and Potential Impact on Exoplanets13
A Catalog of Bipolar Active Regions Violating the Hale Polarity Law, 1989 – 201812
CMEs in the Heliosphere: III. A Statistical Analysis of the Kinematic Properties Derived from Stereoscopic Geometrical Modelling Techniques Applied to CMEs Detected in the Heliosphere from 2008 to 20112
Comparison of Geomagnetic Indices During Even and Odd Solar Cycles SC17 – SC24: Signatures of Gnevyshev Gap in Geomagnetic Activity12
Forward Synthesis of Polarized Emission in Target DKIST Coronal Lines Applied to 3D MURaM Coronal Simulations12
The Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST)/Visible Broadband Imager (VBI)12
Tidally Synchronized Solar Dynamo: A Rebuttal12
A Search for the Counterparts of Quiet-Sun Radio Transients in Extreme Ultraviolet Data12
Simulating the Coronal Evolution of Bipolar Active Regions to Investigate the Formation of Flux Ropes12
LASCO-C3 Observations of the K- and F-Coronae over 24 Years (1996 – 2019): Photopolarimetry and Electron Density Distribution12
In-flight Calibration and Data Reduction for the WISPR Instrument On Board the PSP Mission12
The Balloon-Borne Investigation of Temperature and Speed of Electrons in the Corona (BITSE): Mission Description and Preliminary Results12
Quasi-Periodic Pulsations Detected in Ly $\alpha $ and Nonthermal Emissions During Solar Flares11
Solar Flare Forecasting Using Time Series and Extreme Gradient Boosting Ensembles11
Deciphering Solar Magnetic Activity: 140 Years of the ‘Extended Solar Cycle’ – Mapping the Hale Cycle11
Solar Cycle 25 Prediction Using an Optimized Long Short-Term Memory Mode with F10.711
Coronal Electron Density Fluctuations Inferred from Akatsuki Spacecraft Radio Observations11
Solar Wind Helium Abundance Heralds Solar Cycle Onset11
Correlations of Sunspot Physical Characteristics during Solar Cycle 2311
A Dynamo-Based Prediction of Solar Cycle 2511
A Statistical Study of Low-Frequency Solar Radio Type III Bursts11
Predicting the Maximum Amplitude of Solar Cycle 25 Using the Early Value of the Rising Phase11
Identifying Flux Rope Signatures Using a Deep Neural Network11
Calibrating GONG Magnetograms with End-to-End Instrument Simulation III: Comparison, Calibration, and Results11
Irradiance Variations of the Sun and Sun-Like Stars – Overview of Topical Collection11
Investigation of the Hemispheric Asymmetry in Solar Flare Index During Solar Cycle 21 – 24 from the Kandilli Observatory11
Dependence of Great Geomagnetic Storm ($\Delta $SYM-H$\le -200$ nT) on Associated Solar Wind Parameters11
The Solar Event of 14 – 15 July 2012 and Its Geoeffectiveness11
Investigation of the Middle Corona with SWAP and a Data-Driven Non-Potential Coronal Magnetic Field Model11
Kanzelhöhe Observatory: Instruments, Data Processing and Data Products10
Amplitude of the Observational Forbush Decreases in the Presence of Cosmic Ray Diurnal Anisotropy During High Solar Activity in 197210
Solar Wind Plasma Particles Organized by the Flow Speed10
Multi-Wavelength Observations of Quasi-Periodic Pulsations in a Solar Flare10
Thermodynamic Structure of the Solar Corona: Tomographic Reconstructions and MHD Modeling10
Imaging and Spectral Observations of a Type-II Radio Burst Revealing the Section of the CME-Driven Shock That Accelerates Electrons10
Statistical Approach on Differential Emission Measure of Coronal Holes using the CATCH Catalog10
Two Classes of Eruptive Events During Solar Minimum10
On the Correlation between Energy Spectra and Element Abundances in Solar Energetic Particles10
A Simple Radial Gradient Filter for Batch-Processing of Coronagraph Images10
Coherence of Coronal Mass Ejections in Near-Earth Space10
Estimate of Plasma Temperatures Across a CME-Driven Shock from a Comparison Between EUV and Radio Data10
The Diffraction-Limited Near-Infrared Spectropolarimeter (DL-NIRSP) of the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST)10
Automated Detection of Accelerating Solar Eruptions Using Parabolic Hough Transform10
Predicting Extreme Solar Flare Events Using Lu and Hamilton Avalanche Model10
The Evolution over Time and North–South Asymmetry of Sunspots and Solar Plages for the Period 1910 to 1937 Using Data from Ebro Catalogues10
Properties and Energetics of Magnetic Reconnection: I. Evolution of Flare Ribbons9
Thermal Misbalance Influence on the Nonlinear Shear Alfvén Waves Under Solar Atmosphere Conditions9
Analysis of the Helical Kink Stability of Differently Twisted Magnetic Flux Ropes9
Possible Signature of Sausage Waves in Photospheric Bright Points9
SOLar-STellar Irradiance Comparison Experiment II (SOLSTICE II): End-of-Mission Validation of the SOLSTICE Technique9
Resonant Damping of Kink Modes in Solar Coronal Slabs9
Exploring the Circular Polarisation of Low–Frequency Solar Radio Bursts with LOFAR9
Long-Term Variations in Solar Activity: Predictions for Amplitude and North–South Asymmetry of Solar Cycle 259
Magnetohydrodynamic Spectroscopy of a Non-adiabatic Solar Atmosphere9
Dependence of Major Geomagnetic Storm Intensity ($\mathrm{Dst}\le -100$ nT) on Associated Solar Wind Parameters9
Solar wind transient currents: statistical properties and impact on Earth’s magnetosphere9
Identification and Extraction of Solar Radio Spikes Based on Deep Learning9
Common Origin of Quasi-Periodic Pulsations in Microwave and Decimetric Solar Radio Bursts9
Solar Event Detection Using Deep-Learning-Based Object Detection Methods9
The Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST) Cryogenic Near-Infrared Spectro-Polarimeter8
Three-Dimensional Reconstructions of Coronal Wave Surfaces Using a New Mask-Fitting Method8
Analyses of Early Sunspot Records by Jean Tarde (1615 – 1617) and Jan Smogulecki (1621 – 1625)8
Calibrating GONG Magnetograms with End-to-end Instrument Simulation I: Background, the GONG Instrument, and End-to-end Simulation8
Motion Magnification in Solar Imaging Data Sequences in the Sub-pixel Regime8
A Modern Reconstruction of Richard Carrington’s Observations (1853–1861)8
On the Possibility of Heating the Solar Corona by Heat Fluxes from Coronal Magnetic Structures8
DH Type II Radio Bursts During Solar Cycles 23 and 24: Frequency-Dependent Classification and Their Flare-CME Associations8
The Interconnection between the Periodicities of Solar Wind Parameters Based on the Interplanetary Magnetic Field Polarity (1967–2018): A Cross Wavelet Analysis8
Properties of High-Frequency Type II Radio Bursts and Their Relation to the Associated Coronal Mass Ejections8
Longitudinal Plasma Motions Generated by Shear Alfvén Waves in Plasma with Thermal Misbalance8
September 2017 Space-Weather Events: A Study on Magnetic Reconnection and Geoeffectiveness8
Thermal Trigger for Solar Flares I: Fragmentation of the Preflare Current Layer8
Decayless Kink Oscillations Excited by Random Driving: Motion in Transitional Layer8
Defining the Middle Corona8
The Effect of Thermal Misbalance on Slow Magnetoacoustic Waves in a Partially Ionized Prominence-Like Plasma8
Recalculation of the Wolf Series from 1877 to 18938
Automated Detection of Chromospheric Swirls Based on Their Morphological Characteristics7
Magnetic Reconnections in the Presence of Three-Dimensional Magnetic Nulls and Quasi-Separatrix Layers7
Revisiting the Amplitude of Solar Cycle 9: The Case of Sunspot Observations by W.C. Bond7
VLA Measurements of Faraday Rotation Through a Coronal Mass Ejection Using Multiple Lines of Sight7
Sun-to-Earth Observations and Characteristics of Isolated Earth-Impacting Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections During 2008 – 20147
Observation of the Solar Corona Using Radio Scintillation with the Akatsuki Spacecraft: Difference Between Fast and Slow Wind7
Magnetic Field, Electron Density and Their Spatial Scales in Zebra Pattern Radio Sources7
Estimating the Open Solar Flux from In-Situ Measurements7
Undetected Minority-Polarity Flux as the Missing Link in Coronal Heating7
Long–Term Variations in Solar Differential Rotation and Sunspot Activity, II: Differential Rotation Around the Maxima and Minima of Solar Cycles 12 – 247
Thermal Trigger for Solar Flares II: Effect of the Guide Magnetic Field7
Analysis of the Evolution of a Multi-Ribbon Flare and Failed Filament Eruption7
Long- and Short-Term Evolutions of Magnetic Field Fluctuations in High-Speed Streams7
Disambiguation of Vector Magnetograms by Stereoscopic Observations from the Solar Orbiter (SO)/Polarimetric and Helioseismic Imager (PHI) and the Solar Dynamic Observatory (SDO)/Helioseismic and Magne7
The First Survey of Quiet Sun Features Observed in Hard X-Rays with NuSTAR7
Intense Geomagnetically Induced Currents (GICs): Association with Solar and Geomagnetic Activities7
Flare Index Prediction with Machine Learning Algorithms7
Error Estimation of Linear Polarization Data from Coronagraphs – Application to STEREO-A/SECCHI-COR1 Observations6
Energy Partition in Four Confined Circular-Ribbon Flares6
Variation of Chromospheric Features as a Function of Latitude and Time Using Ca-K Spectroheliograms for Solar Cycles 15 – 23: Implications for Meridional Flow6
Response to “Limitations in the Hilbert Transform Approach to Locating Solar Cycle Terminators” by R. Booth6
Rapid Rotation of an Erupting Prominence and the Associated Coronal Mass Ejection on 13 May 20136
Johann Christoph Müller’s Sunspot Observations in 1719 – 1720: Snapshots of the Immediate Aftermath of the Maunder Minimum6
The Possible Cause of Most Intense Geomagnetic Superstorm of the 21st Century on 20 November 20036
Working Principle of the Calibration Algorithm for High Dynamic Range Solar Imaging with the Square Kilometre Array Precursor6
Energy Spectra vs. Element Abundances in Solar Energetic Particles and the Roles of Magnetic Reconnection and Shock Acceleration6
Forecasting Solar Cycle 25 with Physical Model-Validated Recurrent Neural Networks6
Reconstruction of the Sunspot Number Source Database and the 1947 Zurich Discontinuity6
Calibrating GONG Magnetograms with End-to-End Instrument Simulation II: Theory of Calibration6
Long-Term Trend Analysis in the Solar Radiation and Climate Experiment (SORCE)/Spectral Irradiance Monitor (SIM)6
Characteristics of Suprathermal Electrons in Small-Scale Magnetic Flux Ropes and Their Implications on the Magnetic Connection to the Sun6
Properties of Type III and Type IIIb Bursts in the Frequency Band of 8 – 80 MHz During PSP Perihelion at the Beginning of April 20196
White-Light Coronal Imaging at the 21 August 2017 Total Solar Eclipse6
Solar Energetic-Particle Ground-Level Enhancements and the Solar Cycle6
Evidence Against Carbonization of the Thin-Film Filters of the Extreme Ultraviolet Variability Experiment Onboard the Solar Dynamics Observatory6
Thermal Trigger for Solar Flares III: Effect of the Oblique Layer Fragmentation6
“Generative” Indices of Sunspot Solar Activity: 145-Year Composite Series6
Degradation Correction of TSIS SIM6
Comparison of Solar Wind Speed Estimates from Nearly Simultaneous IPS Observations at 327 and 111 MHz6
Large-Scale Vortex Motion and Multiple Plasmoid Ejection Due to Twisting Prominence Threads and Associated Reconnection6
Solar Irradiance Variability Due to Solar Flares Observed in Lyman-Alpha Emission6
Coronal Elemental Abundances During A-Class Solar Flares Observed by Chandrayaan-2 XSM6
Scale Transfer in 1849: Heinrich Schwabe to Rudolf Wolf6
Solar Radiation and Climate Experiment (SORCE) X-Ray Photometer System (XPS): Final Data-Processing Algorithms6
A Review of the Extended EUV Corona Observed by the Sun Watcher with Active Pixels and Image Processing (SWAP) Instrument6
Near-Earth Interplanetary Coronal Mass Ejections and Their Association with DH Type II Radio Bursts During Solar Cycles 23 and 246
How to Estimate the Far-Side Open Flux Using STEREO Coronal Holes6
Solar Cycle Pairing and Prediction of Cycle 256
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