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1 (bottom panel) which includes the first flare emissions (from 00:16 UT to 00:23 UT). We can see some features of thermal emission and also clear signatures of nonthermal emission. 5 MK at 00:15 UT to above 10 MK at 00:22 UT. At the same time, the RHESSI count rate in 12–25 keV increases. Such HXR brightenings in lower energy bands, associated with a hotter GOES source, are often observed in a preflare phase, and the emissions are thought to be thermal. 4 performed a spectroscopic analysis of the flare with RHESSI data, and reported that the thermal component of the region has high temperatures up to 20– 30 MK.

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