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The Community of European Solar Radio Astronomers (CESRA) is an organizat..
Estimating the kinematics of Type II radio-burst sources, which are recognized as a shock waves, using electron-density models is ..read more
Type III radio bursts are generated by non-thermal electron beams propagating through the solar corona and interplanetary space. In ..read more
Wild (1950) was the first to register and describe Type III bursts properties. These bursts are tracks of radio emission, which drift ..read more
Drift pairs are a rare and puzzling type of solar radio emission, firstly identified by Roberts (1958). They occur at low frequencies (~ ..read more
Gradual solar energetic (E > 10 MeV) particle (SEP) events, lasting several days, are produced in coronal/interplanetary shocks driven ..read more
Solar radio emission is produced in the turbulent medium of the solar atmosphere, and its observed properties (source position, size, ..read more
In many space and astrophysical plasma contexts, shocks are considered as one of the most important mechanisms for accelerating charged ..read more
Microflares are weaker cousins of large flares with 103 to 106 times less energies. They are also much more ubiquitous and frequent than ..read more
Fibers are short metric/decimetric bursts with a drift rate between type II and type III bursts, usually appearing in groups embedded in ..read more
There are many challenges in inferring the spatially and temporally varying temperatures of the dynamic solar chromosphere. The principal ..read more

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