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Interplanetary scintillation of strong sources during the descending phase near the minimum of 23 solar activity cycle. Chashei I 1 ., Glubokova 1,2 S., Glyantsev 1,2 А ., Tyul’bashev 1 , S. , Shishov 1 , V. 1. Pushchino Radio Astronomy Observatory 2. Pushchino State University.

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Interplanetary scintillation of strong sources during the descending phase near the minimum of 23 solar activity cycle

Chashei I1., Glubokova1,2 S., Glyantsev1,2 А., Tyul’bashev1, S., Shishov1, V.

1. Pushchino Radio Astronomy Observatory

2. Pushchino State University


Introduction
Introduction descending phase near the minimum of 23 solar activity cycle

  • Radio waves from space radio sources propagate through interplanetary plasma. The interplanetary scintillation (IPS) is fluctuation of space radio sources flux density, caused by fluctuation of interplanetary plasma density. Scintillation observations allow to derive information on solar wind spatial structure and large scale disturbances.


Introduction1
Introduction descending phase near the minimum of 23 solar activity cycle

  • The scintillation observations are carrying out in monitoring regime by the radio telescope BSA (Big Scanning Array) of Lebedev Physical Institute from 2006 to present time. The aim is detection of large scale disturbances in the solar wind.

  • Present work contains IPS data two strong scintillating radio sources 3C048 and 3C298 near the minimum of solar activity cycle 23.

  • This data allow to draw some conclusions about the global solar wind structure.

  • In addition this data may be used for the observations calibration of weaker radio sources.


The observations parameters
The observations parameters descending phase near the minimum of 23 solar activity cycle

  • Central frequency: 111 MHz

  • Wave bandwidth: 600 kHz

  • The effective area of the array in the zenith direction:

    20 000 – 25 000 square meters.

  • The array beams system includes 16 beams, covering the sky strip with width about 8 degrees in declination during 24 hours in right ascension.

  • Data are related to the time interval: from Sep 2006 to March 2007 for 3C 298 and from March to Oct 2007 for 3C 48 at the descending phase near solar activity minimum.


The example of ips record for the source 3 c 298
The example of IPS record for the source descending phase near the minimum of 23 solar activity cycle 3C298


The example of ips record for the source 3 c48
The example of IPS record for the source descending phase near the minimum of 23 solar activity cycle 3C48


Scintillation index
Scintillation index descending phase near the minimum of 23 solar activity cycle

  • The scintillation index is the r.m.s. source intensity variance normalized to average intensity.

  • HereI is intensity, t is time, m is scintillation index.






P ower density spectrum is fourier transform of intensity autocorrelation function
P sineower-density spectrum is Fourier transform of intensity autocorrelation function

HereI is intensity, t is time,Вis autocorrelation function,Мis power-density spectrum.


The p ower density spectrum of the 3 c 298 scintillation
The p sineower-density spectrum of the 3C298 scintillation


The p ower density spectrum of the 3 c4 8 scintillation
The p sineower-density spectrum of the 3C48 scintillation


Solar wind velocity estimates using the width of ips temporal spectrum
Solar wind velocity estimates using the width of IPS temporal spectrum

Hereυis the solar wind velocity, F0is the spectrum break frequency, λisthe wavelength, z0 cos εis the distance from the scattering sheet (z0 = 1 a. u. ), εis the source elongation angle.


The comparison of the derived solar wind velocity temporal spectrumwith values found from IPS measurements at spaced radio telescopes (University of Nagoya, www.stelab.nagoya-u.ac.jp) for 3C298


The comparison of the derived solar wind velocity temporal spectrumwith values found from IPS measurements at spaced radio telescopes (University of Nagoya, www.stelab.nagoya-u.ac.jp) for 3C48


Conclusions
Conclusions temporal spectrum

  • The analysis has been carried out for data, derived from observation series of scintillation of the strong compact radio sources 3C 48 and 3C 298 at 111 MHz during one year (from Sep. 2006 to Oct. 2007) near the solar activity minimum. In this time interval the interplanetary plasma was quiet, significant disturbances in scintillation level and in solar wind velocities were not detected.

  • The radial dependences of scintillation index have been obtained, which are more weak than the dependence m(sin )-3/2expectedfor the spherically symmetrical model of solar wind. The difference can be explained by the existence of the low-latitude plasma sheet with higher turbulence level (the heliospheric current sheet).

  • Velocities of the plasma irregularities have been derived from the temporal scintillation power spectra. The good agreement with the values derived from instantaneous measurements at spaced radio telescopes has been shown. Observation at single radio telescope may be used for solar wind velocity monitoring.

  • In general, these results agree with the typical for solar activity minimum bi-modal solar wind spatial structure with slow dense wind at low heliolatitudes and fast lower density wind at middle and high heliolatitudes.


Thahk you! temporal spectrum