Zety Sharizat Hamidi, N.N.M. Shariff, Chronology of Formation of Solar Radio Burst Types III and V Associated with Solar Flare Phenomenon on 19th September 2011, ILCPA Volume 24, International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 24)
    The formation of two different solar bursts, type III and V in one solar flare event is presented. Both bursts are found on 19<sup>th</sup> September 2011 associated with C-class flares on active region 1295. From the observation, we believed that the mechanism of evolution the bursts play an important role in the event. It is found that type V burst appeared in five minutes after type III. There are a few active regions on the solar disk but most are magnetically simple and have remained rather quiet. An interpretation of this new result depends critically on the number of sunspots and the role of active region 1295. Sunspot number is increased up to 144 with seven sunspots can be observed. During that event, the speed of solar wind exceeds 433.8 km/second with 2.0 g/cm<sup>3</sup> density of protons in the solar corona. Currently, radio flux is also high up to 150 SFU. The solar flare type C6 is continuously being observed in the X-ray region for 24 hours since 1541 UT and a maximum C1 is detected on 1847 UT. Although the sources of both bursts are same, the direction and ejection explode differently. It is believed that the ejection of particles in a type III burst is higher than solar burst type V.
    CALLISTO, Solar Flare, Solar Radio Burst, Type III, Type V