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Interpretation of James' Experiments in Plasma Theory of Solar Radar Echoes
Symposium - International astronomical union
In the framework of the plasma theory of solar radar echoes results of the known James' experiments such as the values of effective cross-sections, the anisotropy of reflections, the spectrum of reflected signals, the heights of radar scattering and others are explained. In particular in this theory reflection of radar signal with high effective cross-sections (σ = (10 − 100)πR2⊙) occur in processest+l⇌t+lon the Langmuir turbulance generated by Type III electrons at altitudes (1.4—1.6)-R⊙whendoi:10.1017/s0074180900169530 fatcat:ryq6q2astvdeddubsgcojjjhqa