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@article{Palmerio:2023:1538-4357/ad0229,
author = {Palmerio, E and Maharana, A and Lynch, BJ and Scolini, C and Good, SW and Pomoell, J and Isavnin, A and Kilpua, EKJ},
doi = {1538-4357/ad0229},
journal = {Astrophysical Journal},
title = {Modeling a Coronal Mass Ejection from an Extended Filament Channel. II. Interplanetary Propagation to 1 au},
url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.3847/1538-4357/ad0229},
volume = {958},
year = {2023}
}

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TY  - JOUR
AB - We present observations and modeling results of the propagation and impact at Earth of a high-latitude, extended filament channel eruption that commenced on 2015 July 9. The coronal mass ejection (CME) that resulted from the filament eruption was associated with a moderate disturbance at Earth. This event could be classified as a so-called “problem storm” because it lacked the usual solar signatures that are characteristic of large, energetic, Earth-directed CMEs that often result in significant geoeffective impacts. We use solar observations to constrain the initial parameters and therefore to model the propagation of the 2015 July 9 eruption from the solar corona up to Earth using 3D magnetohydrodynamic heliospheric simulations with three different configurations of the modeled CME. We find the best match between observed and modeled arrival at Earth for the simulation run that features a toroidal flux rope structure of the CME ejecta, but caution that different approaches may be more or less useful depending on the CME-observer geometry when evaluating the space weather impact of eruptions that are extreme in terms of their large size and high degree of asymmetry. We discuss our results in the context of both advancing our understanding of the physics of CME evolution and future improvements to space weather forecasting.
AU - Palmerio,E
AU - Maharana,A
AU - Lynch,BJ
AU - Scolini,C
AU - Good,SW
AU - Pomoell,J
AU - Isavnin,A
AU - Kilpua,EKJ
DO - 1538-4357/ad0229
PY - 2023///
SN - 0004-637X
TI - Modeling a Coronal Mass Ejection from an Extended Filament Channel. II. Interplanetary Propagation to 1 au
T2 - Astrophysical Journal
UR - http://dx.doi.org/10.3847/1538-4357/ad0229
VL - 958
ER -