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|Title:||Decameter Wavelength Observations of an Absorption Burst from the Sun and Its Association with an X2.0/3B Flare and the Onset of a ``Halo'' Coronal Mass Ejection|
|Keywords:||Sun: Solar-terrestrial Relations;Sun: Activity;Sun: Corona;Sun: Flares;Sun: Radio Radiation|
|Publisher:||The American Astronomical Society|
|Citation:||Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 558, No. 2, pp. L141 - L143|
|Abstract:||We report a transient intensity reduction/absorption burst observed at decameter wavelengths in close temporal association with an X2.0/3B flare near the disk center and the onset of a ``halo'' coronal mass ejection. The observed bandwidth of the burst was about 10 MHz. The size of the absorption region was estimated to be ~28,000 km.|
|Appears in Collections:||IIAP Publications|
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