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Solar Radio Burst (Type III)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 April 2016

Hari Om Vats
Affiliation:
Physical Research Laboratory Ahmedabad 380 009, India
M.R. Deshpande
Affiliation:
Physical Research Laboratory Ahmedabad 380 009, India
K.N. Iyer
Affiliation:
Saurashtra UniversityRajkot 360 005, India
Tetsuro Kondo
Affiliation:
Kashima Space Research CenterCommunications Research Laboratory 893-1 Hirai, Kashima, Riarki 314, Japan
Takeshi Isobe
Affiliation:
Hiraiso Solar Terrestrial Research CenterCommunications Research Laboratory 3601 Isozaki, Hitachinaka, Riaraki 311-12, Japan

Abstract

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This article describes the observations of a type III radio burst observed at 103 MHz simultaneously by the two radio telescopes situated at Rajkot (22.3°N, 70.7°E) and Thaltej (23°N, 72.4°E). This event occurred on September 30, 1993 at about 0430 UT and lasted for only half a minute. The event consisted of several sharp spikes in a group. The rise and fall time of these are comparable, however the peaks of individual spikes varied by a factor of four. The comparison of these observations with the data of solar radio spectrograph HiRAS indicates that this was a metric radio burst giving highest emission at about 103 MHz.

Type
IPS and Other Remote Sensing Measurements
Copyright
Copyright © Kluwer 1997

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