### Temporal and Spatial Association Between Microwaves and Type III Bursts in the Upper Corona by Altyntsev et al.

2023-03-28

One important task connected with the corona heating problem is exploring the physical mechanisms that produce, accelerate, and transport energetic particles in the upper corona. The magnetic connectivity between the sources of meter emission in the upper corona and electron acceleration sites in low corona are studied using the temporal correlation between hard X-ray (HXR) bursts and type III emission (Kane 1972; Aschwanden et al. 1995; Reid & Vilmer 2017). […]

### Solar coronal density turbulence and magnetic field strength at the source regions of two successive metric type II radio bursts by Ramesh et. al.

2023-03-14

Solar type II radio bursts appear in the spectrograph records as slowly drifting emission lanes from high to low frequencies. They are due to plasma oscillations caused by the electrons accelerated at the MHD shocks propagating outward in the solar atmosphere (Nelson et al. 1985, Mann et al. 1995). The plasma emission in a magnetic field gets split as ordinary ($O$) and extraordinary ($X$) modes. Since the propagation characteristics of […]