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Title: Low frequency (30-110 MHz) radio imaging observations of solar coronal mass ejections
Authors: Ramesh, R
Keywords: Sun: General;Sun: Corona;Sun: Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs);Sun: Radio Radiation
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Citation: Dere, Kenneth, Wang, Jingxiu and Yan, Yihua, Eds., Coronal and Stellar Mass Ejections., Proceedings of IAU Symposium 226th held at Beijing, China. 13 - 17 Sept 2004., pp. 83 - 94
Series/Report no.: IAU Symposium and Colloquium Proceedings Series; Vol. 226
Abstract: Ground based radio imaging observations play an useful role in the study of mass ejections from the solar corona since they do not have the limitation of an occulter and both the disk/limb events can be detected early in their development, particularly via the thermal bremmstrahlung emission from the frontal loop of the CME. I present here some of the recent results on the above topic using data obtained with the Gauribidanur radioheliograph, near Bangalore in India.
Description: Restricted Access
ISBN: 0-521-85197-1
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