Magnetoacoustic Wave Trains in the 11 July 2005 Radio Event with Fiber Bursts View Full Text


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2011-11

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H. Mészárosová, M. Karlický, J. Rybák

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A dm-radio emission with fiber bursts observed on 11 July 2005 was analyzed using wavelet filtration and spectral methods. In filtered radio spectra we found structures with different characteristic period P and frequency drift FD: i) fiber substructures (composed of dot emissions) with P1≈ 0.5 s, FD1=− 87 MHz s−1 on average, ii) fiber structures with P2≈1.9 s, and iii) drifting structures with P3≈81.4 s, FD2=− 8.7, + 98.5, and − 21.8 MHz s−1. In the wavelet spectra we recognized patterns having the form of tadpoles. They were detected with the same characteristic periods P as found for the filtered structures. The frequency drift of the tadpole heads is found to be equal to the frequency drift of some groups of fibers for the long-period wavelet tadpoles (P3) and to the frequency drift of individual fibers for the short-period tadpoles (P2). Considering these wavelet tadpoles as signatures of propagating magnetoacoustic wave trains, the results indicate the presence of several wave trains in the fibers’ source. While the long-period wave trains trigger or modulate a whole group of fibers, the short-period ones look like being connected with individual fiber bursts. This result supports the model of fibers based on magnetoacoustic waves. Using a density model of the solar atmosphere we derived the velocities of the magnetoacoustic waves, 107 and 562 km s−1, and setting them equal to the Alfvén ones we estimated the magnetic field in the source of fiber bursts as 10.7 and 47.8 G. More... »

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