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Progress in the Study on the Solar Coronal Mass Ejection

Kong Yongjin; Wu Mingchan(Yunnan Observatory, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, Kunming 650011)  
Coronal mass ejection(CME) is one of the most energetic activities on the Sun. A CME canbring a great amount of mass from the Sun into interplanetary space, involving a sudden changein the large scale of coronal structures, and usuajly making strong effects on interplanetary andgeomagnetic fields. Now it is becoming a common focus in solar physics, space science, andgeophysics. In this paper, we give a review on progress in CME observational and theoreticalresearches during the last twellty-two years, and then show the problems in its study and prospect.
【CateGory Index】: P182.62
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