Observations of solar chromospheric ejections at CrAO from the foundation up to the present day
The paper presents the history of observing solar chromospheric ejections at the Crimean Astrophysical Observatory since the 50s of the last century up to the present day. Academician A.B. Severny was the first to put the problem of physical conditions in the chromospheric ejections. Based on filtergrams taken with the Crimean telescope KG-1 S.I. Gopasyuk and M.B. Ogir studied hundreds of chromospheric ejections and established their connection with flares and magnetic fields. By studying spectrograms A.N. Koval estimated the velocity of ejections and other parameters. Studies of the author that continue the work of predecessors are presented further on.
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