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On the origin of 140 GHz emission from the 4 July 2012 solar flare View all abstracts by submitter

Galina Motorina   Submitted: 2016-04-08 01:40

The sub-THz event observed on the 4 July 2012 with the Bauman Moscow State Technical University Radio Telescope RT-7.5 at 93 and 140 GHz as well as Kislovodsk and Metsahovi radio telescopes, Radio Solar Telescope Network (RSTN), GOES, RHESSI, and SDO orbital stations is analyzed. The spectral flux between 93 and 140 GHz has been observed increasing with frequency. On the basis of the SDO/AIA data the differential emission measure has been calculated. It is shown that the thermal coronal plasma with the temperature above 0.5 MK cannot be responsible for the observed sub-THz flare emission. The non-thermal gyrosynchrotron mechanism can be responsible for the microwave emission near 10 GHz but the observed millimeter spectral characteristics are likely to be produced by the thermal bremsstrahlung emission from plasma with a temperature of about 0.1 MK.

Authors: Yuriy T. Tsap, Victoria V. Smirnova, Alexander S. Morgachev, Galina G. Motorina, Eduard P. Kontar, Valery G. Nagnibeda, Polina V. Strekalova
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Publication Status: Published at Advances in Space Research, V. 57, I. 7, p. 1449-1455; DOI: 10.1016/j.asr.2015.12.037
Last Modified: 2016-04-09 12:25
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