Accession Number : AD0833247
Title : RADIO EMISSION IN THE OUTER CORONA.
Descriptive Note : Research note,
Corporate Author : CONVAIR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH LAB SAN DIEGO CA
Personal Author(s) : Erickson, W. C.
Report Date : SEP 1959
Pagination or Media Count : 8
Abstract : Evidence has been obtained at the Clark Lake radio astronomy station for the existence of radio emission at 26.3 mc/sec in the outer corona of the sun. Our observations indicate that an emission region existed at the height of four to five solar radii. This region was well observed and persisted for approximately ten days. It made central meridian transit on about May 12, 1959. At this time a tremendous flux of solar protons was observed by the Minnesota cosmic ray group. (Author)
Descriptors : *EXTRATERRESTRIAL RADIO WAVES), (*SOLAR CORONA, ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORIES, ANTENNA ARRAYS, COSMIC RAYS, PROTONS, NOISE, ELECTRONS, ACCELERATION, THERMAL RADIATION, SOLAR RADIATION, SCINTILLATION, SUNSPOTS, BRIGHTNESS, RADIO ASTRONOMY.
Subject Categories : Astrophysics
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE