Theoretical Models of a Flare on AU Mic seen by EUVE Deep Survey Detectors
Session 46 -- Late Type Stars
Display presentation, Wednesday, 9:20-6:30, Heller Lounge Room

## [46.08] Theoretical Models of a Flare on AU Mic seen by EUVE Deep Survey Detectors

George H. Fisher (Space Sciences Laboratory, University of California at Berkeley), Scott L. Cully, O. H. W. Siegmund (Space Sciences Laboratory and Center for EUV Astrophysics, University of California at Berkeley)

The M-dwarf star AU Mic was observed by the EUVE Deep Survey Instrument from 1992 July 14-18. A large flare with a total radiated energy in the EUV of approximately $3 \times 10^{34} \ {\rm erg}$ was detected in the Lexan/Boron (65-190 ~\AA) band at 12:38 UT on 15 July 1992. These observations are described further in a recent paper (Cully, Siegmund, Vedder and Vallerga Ap. J. Lett, 1993, in press). We present an analysis of this data in terms of theoretical models of flaring loops.