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Multi-wavelength Observations of Coronal Mass Ejections close to the Sun with Ground and Space-based Instruments
- AWADHESH PRATAP SINGH UNIVERSITY REWA MADHYA PRADESH,; E Ebenzer - Kodaikanal Solar Observatory,Indian institute of astrophysics, Tamilnadu, India
This present study is to upgrade our understanding of Coronal Mass Ejection and other phenomena associated with it. To follow the space-time observations of as event from near corona to large distances in the interplanetary medium we analyze the combination of data obtained from space-based experiments and ground-based instruments as well. Here we report on the CME event that occurred on 02 July 2012, this event associated with a type-II radio burst in metric and interplanetary domains. The dynamic spectral analysis that the burst has harmonic and fundamental components of emission with band splitting. Due to the interaction between the flanks of the two CMEs (~5:10UT) there was an enhancement seen in the Type II bursts. This also caused a sudden jump in the Type II burst. Various density model has been used to obtain shock speed, Alfven speed, and Magnetic field from the Radio burst and was compared with the parameters obtained from STEREO.
16 July 2020
Abstract submission opens:
16 July 2020
European Space Weather Medals:
6 September 2020
25 September 2020
Registration deadline: [extended]
10 October 2020
Abstract submission deadline:
4 September 2020