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Earth, Planets and Space

, Volume 65, Issue 12, pp 1555–1562

First Online: 06 December 2013Received: 18 February 2013Revised: 21 August 2013Accepted: 13 September 2013

Abstract

We have established the Zao Solar Radiospectrograph ZSR, a new solar radio observation system, at the Zao observatory of Tohoku University, Japan. We observed narrowband fine structures with type IV bursts with ZSR on 2 and 3 November 2008. The observed fine structures are similar to fiber bursts in terms of the drift rates and the existence of emission and absorption stripes. Statistical analysis of the drift rates, however, shows that the observed fine structures are different from the ordinary fiber bursts as regards the sense and the magnitude of their drift rates. First, the observed drift rates include both positive and negative rates, whereas ordinary fiber bursts are usually characterized by negative drift rates. Second, the absolute values of the observed drift rates are tens of MHz s, whereas the typical drift rate of fiber bursts at 325 MHz is approximately −9 MHz s. In addition, all fine structures analyzed have narrow emission bands of less than 17 MHz. We also show that the observed narrowband emission features with drift rates of approximately 40 MHz s can be interpreted as the propagation of whistler-mode waves, which is the same process as that underlying fiber bursts.

Key wordsSun radio type IV burst fiber burst fine structure  Download fulltext PDF



Author: Yukio Nishimura - Takayuki Ono - Fuminori Tsuchiya - Hiroaki Misawa - Atsushi Kumamoto - Yuto Katoh - Satoshi Masuda - Yosh

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