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@InProceedings{BisoiSaJaYaAwSr:2018:FiHiTi,
               author = "Bisoi, Susanta Kumar and Sawant, Hanumant Shankar and Janardhan, 
                         Padmanabhan and Yan, Yihua and Awasthi, Kumar and Srivastava, 
                         Shweta",
          affiliation = "{National Astronomical Observatories Of China (NAOC)} and 
                         {Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE)} and {Physical 
                         Research Laboratory} and {National Astronomical Observatories Of 
                         China (NAOC)} and {University of Science and Technology of China} 
                         and University of Science and Technology of China, H",
                title = "Evidence of a distant decimetric spike source connected to the 
                         main electron acceleration site: first high time cadence gmrt 
                         observations",
                 year = "2018",
         organization = "Cospar Scientific Assembly, 42.",
             abstract = "We present a study of decimetric radio activity, associated with 
                         two (GOES C1.4 and M1.0 class) flares and a coronal mass ejection 
                         (CME) of 20 June 2015, using the first high time cadence (0.5s) 
                         610 MHz observations of the Giant Meterwave Radio Telescope 
                         (GMRT). The GMRT images show strong radio sources during the M1.0 
                         flare and CME, which are located near the flaring site, while, in 
                         contrary, a strong spike radio source during the C1.4 flare, with 
                         no corresponding coronal or magnetic features, are rather located 
                         about 500 arcsec away from the flare site in soft X-rays. Although 
                         weak radio burst sources are located near the flaring site, during 
                         the C1.4 flare maximum, associated with the spike radio source, 
                         which show a good temporal correspondence with a metric typeIII 
                         burst identified by the Solar Broadband Radio Spectrometer at 
                         Yunnan Astronomical Observatory. A multi-wavelength analysis, in 
                         combination with potential field source surface extrapolation, has 
                         been carried out to investigate the genesis of non-thermal radio 
                         emitting electrons, which revealed that the distant spike radio 
                         source, noticed during the C1.4 flare, is actually connected to 
                         the main electron acceleration sites and is generated by a plasma 
                         emission instead of a loss cone maser instability.",
  conference-location = "Pasadena, California",
      conference-year = "14-22 July",
             language = "en",
        urlaccessdate = "04 dez. 2020"
}


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