volume 13, issue S335, P49-53 2017
DOI: 10.1017/s1743921317009681
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Hugh S. Hudson

Abstract: AbstractA characteristic pattern of solar hard X-ray emission, first identified in SOL1969-03-30 by Frost & Dennis (1971), turns out to have a close association with the prolonged high-energy gamma-ray emission originally observed by Forrestet al.(1985). This identification has become clear via the observations of long-duration γ-ray flares by theFermi/LAT experiment, for example in the event SOL2014-09-01. The distinctive features of these events include flat hard X-ray spectra extending well above 100 ke…

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