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Hard X-ray and metric/decimetric radio observations of the 20 February 2002 solar flare View all abstracts by submitter

Nicole Vilmer   Submitted: 2002-09-19 10:18

The GOES C7.5 flare on 20 February 2002 at 11:07 UT is one of the first solar flares observed by RHESSI at X-ray wavelengths. It was simultaneously observed at metric/decimetric wavelengths by the Nançay Radioheliograph (NRH) which provided images of the flare between 450 and 150 MHz. We present a first comparison of the hard X-ray images observed with RHESSI and of the radio emission sites observed by the NRH. This first analysis shows that: (1) there is a close occurrence between the production of the HXR radiating most energetic electrons and the injection of radio emitting non-thermal electrons at all heights in the corona, (2) modifications with time in the pattern of the HXR sources above 25 keV and of the decimetric radio sources at 410 MHz are observed occurring on similar time periods, (3) in the late phase of the most energetic HXR peak, a weak radio source is observed at high frequencies, overlaying the EUV magnetic loops seen in the vicinity of the X-ray flaring sites above 12 keV. These preliminary results illustrate the potentiality of combining RHESSI and NRH images for the study of electron acceleration and transport in flares.

Authors: N. Vilmer, S. Krucker, R.P. Lin, RHESSI team
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