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Variation in the Intensity of Circularly Polarized Radio Emission during Solar Flares,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The behavior of circularly polarized radio emission observed at 3.15 cm during three solar flares on July 10 and 12 1968 has been investigated. Variations of the intensity of polarized emission from the region of local sources were detected several hours before the appearance of a radio burst, as well as variations of the intensity an oscillation pattern during the bursts. Author
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