The moving type IV burst component of the solar radio region from 260-380 MHz observed using the CALLISTO spectrometer is discussed in detail. We used the Compound Astronomical Low Cost Low Frequency Spectrometer Transportable Observatory (CALLISTO) system connected to the Log Periodic Dipole Antenna (LPDA) at the National Space Centre, Selangor located (3.0833333°N 101.5333333°E) on 22nd February 2012. It is found that a strong burst that caused by extraordinary solar flares are due to magnetic reconnection effect potentially induced in the near-Earth magneto tail. From our observation the indication of signal potentially drives Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs). We also compare our results with the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites (GOES) data. From our analysis, one possible reason behind the formation of this very complex long duration of this loop is the magnetic reconnection and disruption of the loops which is observed during flare maximum. The Active Region, AR 1429 active region was a site of several intense in several days. From the results, it showed that the burst is formed from the explosion of M-class solar flare which can be observed at 412UT. As a conclusion, a good agreement was reached and we believe that Sun’s activities are more active to pursuit the solar maximum cycle.
International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 26)
Z. S. Hamidi and N.N.M. Shariff, "Detailed Investigation of a Moving Solar Burst Type IV Radio Emission in on Broadband Frequency", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 26, pp. 30-36, 2014