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Development of Solar Flares and Features of the Fine Structure of Solar Radio Emission View all abstracts by submitter

Gennady Chernov   Submitted: 2017-11-22 02:59

The reason for the occurrence of different elements of the fine structure of solar radio bursts in the decimeter and centimeter wavelength ranges has been determined based on all available data from terrestrial and satellite observations. In some phenomena, fast pulsations, a zebra structure, fiber bursts, and spikes have been observed almost simultaneously. Two phenomena have been selected to show that the pulsations of radio emission are caused by particles accelerated in the magnetic reconnection region and that the zebra structure is excited in a source, such as a magnetic trap for fast particles. The complex combination of unusual fiber bursts, zebra structure, and spikes in the phenomenon on December 1, 2004, is associated with a single source, a magnetic island formed after a coronal mass ejection.

Authors: G. P. Chernov, V. V. Fomichev, Y. Yan, B. Tan, Ch. Tan, and Q. Fu
Projects: None

Publication Status: Accepted in Geomagnetism and Aeronomy, 2017, N6
Last Modified: 2017-11-22 13:20
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