Highlights of Solar Radio Physics

2009

November 3, 2009: Hana Mészárosová, Marian Karlický, Ján Rybák, and Karel Jiricka Signatures of Magnetoacoustic Wave Trains in Solar Decimetric Radio Type IV Bursts

March 18, 2009: Monique Pick and Nicole Vilmer Sixty-five years of solar radioastronomy - review paper published

2008

November 25, 2008: Ludwig Klein, Silja Pohjolainen and Lidia van Driel Gesztelyi Topical issue on solar radio physics published

October 2, 2008: Silja Pohjolainen, Jens Pomoell and Rami Vainio Fragmented radio emission reveals a shock passing through solar active region loops

August 21, 2008: Karl-Ludwig Klein Type III bursts, magnetic field extrapolations, and the propagation of solar energetic particles

2007

December 27, 2007: Tim Bastian Synchrotron Radio Emission from a Fast Halo Coronal Mass Ejection

November 22, 2007: Nat Gopalswamy A New Wind/WAVES Type II Burst Catalog Available Online

April 24, 2007: Monique Pick Radio monitoring of solar activity

March 12, 2007: Karl-Ludwig Klein A solar type N burst at decametric wavelengths

February 7, 2007: Nat Gopalswamy Radio-quiet Fast and Wide Coronal Mass Ejections

January 4, 2007: Arnold Benz Are there Radio-quiet Solar Flares?


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