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Exploring the Cosmos from the Solar System to the Early Universe

Some of these problems have been formulated to provide an extension to the material presented in "Tools of Radio Astronomy".

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Various plasma processes particle acceleration, storage, and escape; excitation of various wave modes manifest themselves as solar radio burst patterns in dynamic spectral diagrams. The radio spectra can be used as one starting point of the theoretical study of basic plasma processes in the corona. Further, due to good spectral coverage, high time resolution, and high sensitivity, the AIP spectral observations yield an excellent guide and time line for assembling associated data sets from complementary ground- and space-based instrumentation.

In the years - two scientists at Astrophysikalisches Observatorium Potsdam still under its founding director Prof. Vogel , Johannes Wilsing and Julius Scheiner tried to detect the expected solar radio emission without using electronics.

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They applied the so-called coherer in German "Fritter" effect - the decline of the Ohmic resistance between two wires in not too close contact due to the incidence of electromagnetic radiation. In contrast with other early attempts these experiments are well documented. There are two published papers in Astronomische Nachrichten August ; and in Wiedemanns Annalen, also carefully describing the experiments carried out on the Telegrafenberg in Potsdam. The " Sullivan III , p.

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Radio spectral observations were carried out near the village Tremsdorf 15 km south-east of Potsdam We used a pair of crossed double-logarithmic Yagis, a The parabolic aerials were parallactically mounted. This way we saw the sun at all frequencies as a star - no image resolution is obtained.

The signal was a spatial integral over the radio noise of the whole sun. Observing time was as long as possible in the year summer about 4 - 19 UT; winter about 8 - 14 UT. For special observing campaigns two multichannel spectrometers could additionally be used: the decimeter spectrograph multichannel spectrograph, MHz - MHz, time resolution 10 ms, bandwidth 1 MHz and the meter wave multichannel polarimeter chirp transform spectrograph, MHz - MHz, bandwidth kHz, 10 ms time resolution if only measuring Stokes I, 20 ms time resolution if measuring Stokes I and V.

The chirp spectrograph could also be positioned around a central frequency of MHz. The whole observing process is robotically operated and can be remotely supervised.

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  6. With 10 minutes steps the current data is presented online. The raw data are saved on magnetic tape and - during manual event list processing - offline stored on CD-ROMs ready for detailed scientific analysis. There is a morphology classification of radio burst emission: radio continua noise storms, type IV, and V bursts , fast type III and RS , slow type II drift bursts and spectral fine structures e.

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    Reduced data sets in fits format are submitted to data pools of some solar-dedicated space missions e. Type II bursts are the radio signature of shock waves in the solar corona and the solar wind.

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    They can be excited by a solar flare but also by an erupting prominence or a coronal mass ejection. The observation of type II bursts is of some relevance for the space weather aspect of solar physics. Personal tools Log in.