Specimen : August 22, 2005
1700 - 1710 UT
M6.2 Solar Flare
This is some early eruption activity from region 10798 which would
become a historically notable sunspot group.
Type IV Solar Radio Pulsations
Click below for a ten minute
recorded in stereo
at 22.222 MHz right channel and 22.714 MHz left channel.
Time slice : 1700 UT to 1710 UT
Please note : this is a 9.15 Mb file in size.
For full and intricate stereo effect it is best
to listen with headphones at moderate to high volume.
If you can successfully enter into the solar waveforms you will experience
very specific pulsations,
transcendent of noise.
At about 45 seconds into the sound file the pulsations will kick in strongly
numerous peaks and plateaux.. The full mass ejection was over an hour
in duration and this
segment of time is the strongest period sonically.
What you are listening to is the radio sound of a Coronal Mass Ejection
and resulting eruptive plasmoid
with the Type IV solar radio pulsations due to either plasma emission
or gyrosynchrotron emission.
In this case we may be hearing expanding arches or loops of non-thermal
See the sites below for great
image capture of the arches and
of this particular eruption and ejection.
If you have the capabilities as you listen you can open a second
browser page and watch the flare recorded visually:
Further Information on the flare below:
More solar radio recordings
35.50 N -105.88 W
New Mexico USA