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Prominences: Conference Summary and Suggestions for the Future

  • Eric R Priest (a1)
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In this conclusion to the conference, I shall attempt to summarise what we knew before about solar prominences and what we have learnt during the conference (mainly from the review talks), as well as to make suggestions for their future study.

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