Energetics of compressive waves in the solar corona by Francesco Azzollini et al


Inelastic scattering off moving or oscillating density fluctuations leads to broadening of radio signals propagating in the solar corona and solar wind. Using an anisotropic density fluctuation model from the kinetic scattering theory for solar radio bursts, we deduce the plasma velocities (perpendicular to the line of sight) required to explain observations of spacecraft signal frequency broadening. The kinetic energy associated with these inferred bulk velocities cascades to smaller and […]

Data Release of Solar Radio Bursts observed by CBSm at the metric wavelength by Yao Chen et al.


Here we release the spectral data of solar radio bursts recorded by the Chashan Broadband Solar radio spectrograph (CBSm), located in the Chashan mountain (E122°.30, N36°.84) that is the southern tip of Shandong Peninsula of China. CBSm is supported by the Chinese Meridian Space Weather Monitoring Project (II) and Shandong University. It is designed and operated by the Laboratory for ElectromAgnetic Detection of Institute of Space Sciences (LEAD, ISS), Shandong […]

Solar Microwave Polarization Observed by the Newest and Oldest Solar Radio Telescopes by Masumi Shimojo


Polarization, regardless of wavelength, is one of the key observables for understanding the solar atmosphere because it provides information about magnetic fields, and microwave polarization is also one of them. It can reveal magnetism in the chromosphere, transition region, and corona from the microwave polarization dependencies of opacity and emissivity related to magnetic fields. Although observing solar polarization in the microwave range is not easy, it has a long history […]

Spectroscopic Imaging of the Sun with MeerKAT: Opening a New Frontier in Solar Physics by Kansabanik et al.


Since the discovery of solar radio emission in the late 1940s, the Sun has been studied in great detail across a wide range of frequencies from a few tens of kHz to several hundreds of GHz. Solar radio emissions provide several unique diagnostics of the solar corona, which are otherwise simply inaccessible. Despite this long history of observations and studies, the Sun still harbors several mysteries. Improved observations from the […]

Weak Solar Radio Bursts from the Solar Wind Acceleration Region Observed by the Parker Solar Probe and Its Probable Emission Mechanism by Ling Chen et al.


The study of solar wind acceleration and coronal heating has been a major challenge in solar physics. The main difficulty is that the collisionless characteristic of high-temperature, thin, and fully ionized coronal plasmas lead to the heating and acceleration of the coronal plasmas to be dominated by wave particle interactions, which are the “elementary processes” of the plasma collective interaction at the kinetic scales of plasma particles. Radio observation becomes […]

An Interactive Visual Tool for the Anisotropic Scattering of Solar Radio Bursts by Daniel L. Clarkson et al


The turbulent heliosphere has a significant effect on the observed characteristics of radio emission produced in, or viewed through, the solar atmosphere. In particular, radio-wave scattering on density irregularities can broaden the observed decay times and source sizes, and shift the apparent source position. Both radio burst observations and simulations have demonstrated that the turbulence is anisotropic, which can explain both the observed decay times and source sizes simultaneously. Considering […]

The physics of solar spectral imaging observations in dm-cm wavelengths and space weather by Tan et al.


Recent years, several new generation solar radio telescopes operating in the centimeter decimeter (dm-cm) wavelengths have emerged in the world, including the Mingantu Spectral Radioheliograph (MUSER, 0.4-15GHz) (Yan et al. 2021), the Expanded Owens Valley Solar Array (EOVSA, 1-18GHz) (Gary et al. 2018), and the Siberian Radio Heliograph (SRH, 3-24GHz) (Altyntsev et al. 2020). Due to the fact that the solar radio emission in dm-cm wavelengths mainly originates from the […]

Source positions of an interplanetary type III radio burst and anisotropic radio-wave scattering by X. Chen et al.


Interplanetary solar radio type III bursts provide the means to remotely study and track energetic electrons propagating in the interplanetary medium. Due to the lack of direct radio source imaging, several methods have been developed to determine the source positions from space-based observations. Moreover, none of the methods consider the propagation effects of anisotropic radio-wave scattering, which would strongly distort the trajectory of radio waves, delay their arrival times, and […]

1 2 3 28