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Interferometric imaging of the type IIIb and U radio bursts observed with LOFAR on 22 August 2017

Context. The Sun is the source of different types of radio bursts that are associated with solar flares, for example. Among the most frequently observed phenomena are type III solar bursts. Their radio images at low frequencies (below 100 MHz) are relatively poorly studied due to the limitations of legacy radio telescopes. \ Aims: We study the general characteristics of types IIIb and U with stria structure solar radio bursts in the frequency range of 20-80 MHz, in particular the source size and evolution in different altitu ...

Dabrowski, Bartosz; Miku\la, Katarzyna; Flisek, Pawe\l; Vocks, Christian; Zhang, PeiJin; c, Jasmina; Warmuth, Alexander; Morosan, Diana; n, Adam; Fallows, Richard; Bisi, Mario; Krankowski, Andrzej; Mann, Gottfried; B\laszkiewicz, Leszek; Carley, Eoin; Gallagher, Peter; Zucca, Pietro; Rudawy, Pawe\l; Hajduk, Marcin; Kotulak, Kacper; Sidorowicz, Tomasz;

Published by: \aap      Published on: jan

YEAR: 2023     DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/202142905

Parker Data Used; Sun: radio radiation; Sun: UV radiation; Sun: activity; methods: observational; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics

Deriving Large Coronal Magnetic Loop Parameters Using LOFAR J Burst Observations

Large coronal loops around one solar radius in altitude are an important connection between the solar wind and the low solar corona. However, their plasma properties are ill-defined, as standard X-ray and UV techniques are not suited to these low-density environments. Diagnostics from type J solar radio bursts at frequencies above 10 MHz are ideally suited to understand these coronal loops. Despite this, J-bursts are less frequently studied than their type III cousins, in part because the curvature of the coronal loop makes ...

Zhang, Jinge; Reid, Hamish; Krupar, Vratislav; Zucca, Pietro; Dabrowski, Bartosz; Krankowski, Andrzej;

Published by: \solphys      Published on: jan

YEAR: 2023     DOI: 10.1007/s11207-022-02096-0

Parker Data Used; Energetic particles; Electrons; magnetic fields; Corona; Radio emission; Radio bursts; Astrophysics - Solar and Stellar Astrophysics