Some studies on rare types of microwave bursts

Das Gupta, M. K. ; T. K, Das ; S. K., Sarkar (1978) Some studies on rare types of microwave bursts Indian Journal of Radio and Space Physics, 7 . pp. 155-158. ISSN 0367-8393

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Microwave bursts of rare type (i.e., spike, rise, fall, absorption, etc.) recorded by various solar observatories at and about 2800 MHz for the period 1967-1976 were analyzed. Results include the following: (1) most of the rare types have peak fluxes not exceeding 15 fu; (2) the percentage of bursts associated with flares increases with increase of peak flux and also with increase of rate of change of flux; (3) burst-associated flares are mostly subflares; and (4) bursts are dominant in the declining phase of the solar cycle.

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Keywords:Microwave Emission; Radio Astronomy; Solar Flares; Solar Radio Bursts; Annual Variations; Solar Cycles; Solar Observatories; Ultrahigh Frequencies
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