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Investigation of Drift Rate of Solar Radio Burst Type II due to Coronal Mass Ejections Phenomenon

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The formation of detected solar radio burst type II occurred was captured using Compound Astronomical Low Cost Frequency Spectrometer Transportable Observatory (CALLISTO) system which gives a better resolution of a wonderful image than other countries. The phenomenon was found on 2nd November 2014 at 09:39 [UT] in Switzerland. CALLISTO spectrometer device detects and traces a Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs) phenomenon that causes the occurrence of the solar burst type II. As it happened, the drift rate of the solar radio burst Type II is calculated and discussed in details. Plasma frequency (fp), Langmuir waves and type II radiation relates each other in the establishment of this phenomenon. This paper presents a study of drift rate selected event of solar radio burst type II based on CMEs. The drift rate at this moment was about 3.2 MHz/s which has low drift rate thus the velocity OF THE CMEs was just about 695 km/s shown from NOAA.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 48)
Pages:
146-154
Citation:
N.H. Zainol et al., "Investigation of Drift Rate of Solar Radio Burst Type II due to Coronal Mass Ejections Phenomenon", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 48, pp. 146-154, 2015
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March 2015
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