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Location of Compact Microwave Sources with Respect to Concentrations of Magnetic Field in Active Solar Regions

  • V. Gaizauskas (a1) and K. F. Tapping (a1)

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The slowly varying (S-) component of solar microwave emission originates in the vicinity of sunspots and chromospheric plages. A significant portion of this component is produced by bright, compact sources which are much smaller than the active regions in which they occur (Lang, 1974; Kundu et al., <y>1977</y>; Donati Falchi et al., 1978; Lang and Willson, 1979). The combined radio-optical investigation reported here was initiated to explore, in regions at various stages of evolution, both the variability of compact microwave sources and their association with specific optical features.

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Donati Falchi, A., Felli, M., Pampaloni, P., and Tofani, G., 1978, Solar Phys. 56, 335.
Kundu, M.R., Alissandrakis, C.E., Bregman, J.D., and Hin, A.C., 1977, Astrophysics J. 213, 278.
Lang, K.R., 1974, Solar Phys. 36, 351.
Lang, K.R., and Willson, R.F., 1979, Nature 278, 24.

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