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Capabilities of coordinated white-light and radio wave observations. Stereo meeting, Hamburg, 1-4 May 2005 M. Pick,. A new web site for radio monitoring M. Pick, M. Maksimovic, J. L. Bougeret, A. Lecacheux, R. Romagnan and A. Bouteille LESIA, Observatoire de Paris.

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Capabilities of coordinated white light and radio wave observations

Capabilities of coordinated white-light and radio wave observations

Stereo meeting, Hamburg, 1-4 May 2005

M. Pick,


A new web site for radio monitoring observationsM. Pick, M. Maksimovic, J. L. Bougeret, A. Lecacheux, R. Romagnan and A. BouteilleLESIA, Observatoire de Paris

Why a web site for radio monitoring ?

Main objectives

-Radio associated with CMEs, onset,development

-Electron beams from the low corona to the interplanetary medium

Web site under construction

-will not include microwave data

-will include dm-km data

- SECCHI CME summary (R. Howard, A. Vourlidas)

-links with other web sites


Fast narrow cme 12 december 02
Fast narrow CME 12 December 02 observations

~1500 km/s

NRH 12:36-12:40 UT

Cadence10s, 1s

Solar soft


12 december 2002
12 December 2002 observations


28 october 2003
28 October 2003 observations

WAVES

DAM

W

E

NRH

N

S


Fast wide CMEs observations

On-Disk

development

DAM

28 October 2003

W

NRH

E

N

S

Radio sources spread, suggest a disturbance V ~2500 km/s

24events (NRH observing time 1996-2000)spreading

(May 02 1998, association with Moreton wave,

Pojholainen et al., 2001, ApJ))


Heliograph H observationsa « l variable » de Meudon

Cadence 1 mn with 3 l

Intensitycenter of line

Running differences

28 Octobre 2003


October 28 2003 onde de moreton et cmes
October 28 2003 Onde de Moreton et CMEs observations

RH Nançay

C2 LASCO

  • Radio imaging at 164 Mhz

  • traces the CME development and the regions of B interaction

  • The coronal wave and the CME encompasses most of the

  • solar disk


164 MHz observations

  • Electrons trace the expansion of

  • the arch system(~2500 km/sec)

  • Coronal wave develops along

  • flank of CME In lateral expansion


Radio cmes
Radio CMEs observations


Web page observations


Concluding remarks
Concluding remarks observations

  • Weekly deliver

    • NRH clean images

    • Image 10 ko

  • Work

    • S-Waves

    • Other radio spectrographs ?

    • Survey (composite) 1997-to-day


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