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Oscillations in small-scale bright features observed with ALMA

Guevara Gómez, Juan Camilo; Jafarzadeh, Shahin; Wedemeyer, Sven

Small-scale chromospheric bright features in a plage/enhanced network are identified in solar ALMA observations. The features present oscillations in brightness temperature, size and horizontal velocity. Interestingly, an anti-correlation between brightness temperature and size is also evident, suggesting that these features might be associated to fast-sausage MHD modes. A statistical analysis is carried out to quantify the oscillation periods of the three quantities and the phase angles between the perturbations in temperature and size. The values found are in agreement with periods of high frequency oscillations in other layers of the solar atmosphere.

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