Slowly Drifting Fine-Structure Radio Continuum of  4 April 2001
Chertok I.M.(1), Fomichev V.V.(1), Gnezdilov A.A.(1), Gorgutsa R.V.(1), Kerdraon A.(2), Markeev A.K., Sobolev D.E.(1)

(1) IZMIRAN, Troitsk, Moscow Region, 142190, Russia
(2) Dasop Observatoire de Paris, 5, place Janssen, 92190, Meudon, France

  AR 9415 (S20 E68), ~09:30 UT,  M1.6/SF, slowly drifting continuum, large CME
  GOES soft X-rays           * Some images


          *Patch structures and type III-like features
Various features of time scale from several seconds to tens of seconds.
-- Fragmentated electron ejection.

-- Pulsating regimes of plasma instabilities.

-- Oscilations of  large-scale post-CME magnetic tubes by standing or propagating MHD waves.

(See Zaitsev, Stepanov, 1975; Aschwanden, 1987, Aurass, Mann, 1987).

A moving type IVM burst associated with EUV plasmoid.

Culgoora Radioheliograph (see Stewart, 1985):
                                                                                        IVM bursts in white-light plasmoids.
Clark Lake Radioheliograph (see Gopalswamy, Kundu, 1990):

This case

Plasma emission:  164 MHz at h~0.77 Rs,    N~(10-20) No

Gyrosynchrotron emission:  h~0.77 Rs,    E~100 keV,  10th harmonics,  H~5.8 G
                                                                (see Stewart, 1982)

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