Spectrograph of excerpted burst episode.
This 1 minute 15 second burst specimen ( hot red 2034 UT minute at right
on chart ) came during a coronal mass ejection
and is a possible Type V burst . Serendipitously, the hottest part of this
burst happened at our observing frequencies
of 22.2 MHz right channel
: 22.7 MHz left channel
See the little arrows at right of graph.
When the Type V burst kicks in at about 20 seconds into the sound file
radiotelescope receivers are entirely pulsing with oscillating Sun.
( Pulsations and oscillations, transcendent of noise! )
Headphones encouraged. Listen at moderate to high volume for
1 minute 15 seconds 1.2 MB size
More solar radio recordings
Thank you to WCCRO
, Wes Greenman,
Dick Flagg, and Jim Sky for the spectrograph!
More data to follow as it is processed.
35.50 N -105.88 W
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