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Electron Density and Drift Rate of Solar Burst Type II during 1st June 2015

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This event allows us to investigate the electron density and drift rate of solar burst type II During 1st June 2015. It is believed that the plasma–magnetic field interactions in the solar corona can produce suprathermal electron populations over periods from tens of minutes to several hours, and the interactions of wave-particle and wave-wave lead to characteristic fine structures of the emission. An intense and broad solar radio burst type II was recorded by CALLISTO spectrometer from 25-80 MHz. Using data from a the Blein observatory, the complex structure of solar burst type III can also be found in the early stage of the formation of type II solar burst type event due to active region AR2358. The drift rate of solar burst type II exceeds 0.03 MHz/s with a density of electron in the solar corona. There are 18 CMEs occurring that day and the distributions of CME speed are between 200 ms-1 to 1100 ms-1 so that the average velocity of the CMEs that occur that day is 1025 m/s. This is one of the largest number of sunspots that have recorded in this year. However, all of these sunspots are quiet and stable and the solar activity remains low. Therefore, it can be observed that only B class of flare from the X-Ray Flux Data.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 63)
Pages:
49-56
DOI:
10.18052/www.scipress.com/ILCPA.63.49
Citation:
Z. S. Hamidi et al., "Electron Density and Drift Rate of Solar Burst Type II during 1st June 2015", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 63, pp. 49-56, 2016
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