Zety Sharizat Hamidi, N.N.M. Shariff, M.F. Ali, C. Monstein, W.N.A. Wan Zulkifli, M.B. Ibrahim, N.S. Arifin, N.A. Amran, The Correlation between Solar Flare Phenomena in an X-Ray Region and Radio Flux Measurement from January to September 2010, ILCPA Volume 28, International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 28)
    A short term variation of solar flare in nine months (January 2010 to September 2010) is presented. This paper review and analyze the correlation between radio flux strength measurement and solar flare in the X-ray region. The radio flux measurement data were taken from the National Research Council; Ottawa while hard X-ray emission observed by Royal Observatory of Belgium. The overall range of solar radio flux recorded in this study ranging from 68 x 10<sup>-22</sup> Wm<sup>-2</sup>Hz<sup>-1</sup> to 96 x 10<sup>-22</sup> Wm<sup>-2</sup>Hz<sup>-1</sup>. As there was no class of an X of solar flare reported at all in this study, we can confirm that there are no major effects that happened on Earth and outer space such as<i> Coronal Mass Ejections</i> (CMEs) and solar storms. We concluded that the Sun shows a very minimum activity towards 24<sup>th</sup> solar cycle.
    Chromospheres, Flares, Radio Flux, Solar Activity, Sun