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ABSTRACTThe X-ray observations of solar flares by Japanese astronomy satellite Hinotori (ASTRO-A) are reviewed. Detailed results from the X-ray telescope and the soft X-ray spectrometers are given. The hard X-ray images in the 17-40 keV range show a wide variety of source structures. Examples of compact single source, stationary coronal source, and double sources are presented. High resolution spectra in the range 1.7-2.0A indicate strong turbulence and blue-shifted components in the beginningdoi:10.1017/s0252921100096226 fatcat:m5kfz3272ra2vecnebizeuxyp4