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|Title:||The radio brightness of the undisturbed outer solar corona in the presence of a radial magnetic field|
Sastry, Ch. V
|Keywords:||Brightness;Brightness Distribution;Brightness Temperature;Coronal Holes;Magnetic Field Configurations;Magnetic Flux;Radio Astronomy;Solar Corona;Solar Limb;Solar Magnetic Field;Solar Radio Emission;Absorptivity;Circular Polarization;Density Distribution;Electron Density (Concentration);Optical Thickness;Radio Bursts;Refractivity;Runge-Kutta Method|
|Citation:||Solar Physics, Vol. 150, No. 1-2, pp. 295 - 304|
|Abstract:||The radio brightness of the quiet outer solar corona at a frequency of 35 MHz in the presence of a radial magnetic field is computed. It is found that the brightness temperature of the ordinary radiation increases significantly. It is also found that in the presence of a radial magnetic field, coronal holes will appear as bright emission regions on the disk and as depressions at the limb.|
|Appears in Collections:||IIAP Publications|
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