An Analysis of a Single Solar Radio Burst Type III and Type II Coronal Mass Ejections Associated to Solar Flare Event

M. Omar Ali, Zety Sharizat Hamidi, N.N.M. Shariff, C. Monstein
2015 International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy  
Solar radio burst type III and II is the subject matter that we are focusing on because type II and III burst are seem to have relation to each other. The most common of type III burst is called isolated type III burst which is produced by energetic electron from small scale energy release site on the sun and it is ranging from small bright point to large active region. This stage can be considered as a pre-flare stage that could be a signature of electron acceleration. Nevertheless, the most
more » ... portant is that the nonlinear wave-wave interaction which involving interaction of electrostatic electron plasma that called as Langmuir waves active region radio emissions is believed to be a main subject that relevant with a type III burst. In this study, solar radio bursts are observed by using the CALLISTO spectrometer. The log Periodic Dipole Antenna (LPDA) involved in this search over a broad region centered on the Sun and it covered the range of frequency from 45 MHz-870 MHz and it is connected to the CALLISTO spectrometer. At certain period of time, when the Sun launches billons tones of electrically conducting gas plasma into the space at millions of miles per hours it is assigned that CMEs begin to launches. At this time, the appearance of SRBT III was observed and followed by SRBT II within the time interval of 15 minutes. During flares, large scale of magnetic field structures can be destabilized and be repelled into the interplanetary medium; along with the large mass it contains to form so-called CMEs. Based on the result obtained, the SRBT III is followed by SRBT II which only in short period. During the SRBT II, the solar flare was also appearing and same goes to the CMEs
doi:10.56431/p-6d533g fatcat:yhxhzt3swjbuvkcebjev7eif7a