This observation was made in C configuration (max baseline length 3 km) with the full array (27 antennas) in L band (1-2 GHz), with 2 MHz frequency resolution and 50 ms time resolution. The observation was coordinated with Hinode and IRIS (HOP 297). Two C-class flares were covered: A C1.2 eruptive flare at the limb N11W88 starting at 19:59 and a C1.4 flare from AR 2501 near the disk center N03E23. RHESSI data is available for the impulsive phase of the C1.4 flare. File:20160218 sum.png
- link to VLA overview movie: this should have ~10 s cadence at several frequencies (perhaps one for each spw, so 8), zoomed in to the flare site.
- link to AIA movie: AIA movie
List of Events/Features
|19:43-19:44||small stripes||Maybe A6.4Microflare@19:43||Near solar disk center||No||File:1943svn.png||Few stripes at lower frequency below 1.5GHz, maybe a microflare. Radio source locate near a loop top|
|20:08-20:10||Type III, Broadband GS||C1.2@19:59||Near Ar2501||No||File:2008svn.png||Type III like features at lower frequency around 1~1.3 GHz and broadband gyrosynchrotron emission across entire 1-2 GHz band, Radio source locate near AR2501|
|21:09-21:12||Pulsations||C1.8@21:08||Ar2501 near solar disk center||Yes||File:svplot.png||Quasi-periodic pulsations in impulsive phase. Highest RHESSI response @ 25keV. Radio source located near a footpoint.|