Radio “crystallography” of the solar corona
by Miroslav Bárta and Marian Karlický

2006-05-10 142 views

We suggest a new method for the analysis of fine structures in the cosmic plasma and investigate its applicability for the diagnostics of the solar atmosphere on scales that are not accessible by current observational techniques. The method is based on coherent interaction (diffraction) of radio waves with regular structures – as an example one can consider plasma waves of various kinds, periodic oscillations in the shock-fronts, or even stationary […]

Combining radio and optical observations for coronal magnetic field determination
by Henry Aurass

2006-02-15 176 views

We present a method newly developed at the Astrophysikalisches Institut Potsdam (AIP) for determining the structure and the strength of coronal magnetic fields during the late phase of solar flares. Fiber bursts Fiber bursts are a spectral fine structure occuring in some type IV radio burst continua. Here we assume that the fiber bursts are excited by whistler waves and their interaction with nonthermal electrons trapped in a magnetic loop. […]

Instructions on writing a Highlight in Solar Radio Physics aka CESRA nugget

2006-02-02 1,114 views

The Highlight of Solar Radio Physics aka CESRA Nugget allows you to publish fresh research (normally based on a refereed paper published within 3 month) to keep CESRA community informed and up-to-date. These are short communications written in the language accessible to a non-expert in the specific area.  The text does not have to be as detailed as a scientific article, but rather written in a more discursive ‘news & […]

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