Accession Number : AD0428086


Title :   AN INVESTIGATION OF THE X-RAY EMISSION OF SOLAR FLARES BY THE RADIO ASTRONOMICAL METHOD,


Corporate Author : SACRAMENTO PEAK OBSERVATORY SUNSPOT N MEX


Personal Author(s) : Neshpor,Y I ; Dunn,Alice B


Report Date : Jan 1963


Pagination or Media Count : 1549


Abstract : The following conclusions are based on a study of the frequency dependence of the attenuation of cosmic radio noise during sudden ionospheric disturbances: (1) the spectral distribution of the X-ray emission intensity of flares varies for each flare, and (2) some solar flares are characterized by an appreciable intensity increase of X-ray emission in the short-wave region. (Author)


Descriptors :   *SOLAR FLARES , COSMIC RAYS , IONOSPHERE , EXTRATERRESTRIAL RADIO WAVES , LINE SPECTRA , IONOSPHERIC DISTURBANCES , ABSORPTION , NOISE(RADIO) , IONIZATION


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