Expanded Owens Valley Solar Array
EOVSA (Expanded Owens Valley Solar Array) is a new solar-dedicated radio interferometer operated by the New Jersey Institute of Technology. This wiki serves as the site for EOVSA documentation.
- Control System
Using EOVSA Data
- EOVSA Data products
- Analysis Software
- SunCASA A wrapper around CASA (the Common Astronomy Software Applications package) for synthesis imaging and visualizing solar spectral imaging data. CASA is one of the leading software tool for "supporting the data post-processing needs of the next generation of radio astronomical telescopes such as ALMA and VLA", an international effort led by the National Radio Astronomy Observatory. The current version of CASA uses Python (2.7) interface. More information about CASA can be found on NRAO's CASA website . Note, CASA is available ONLY on UNIX-BASED PLATFORMS (and therefore, so is SunCASA).
- GSFIT A IDL-widget(GUI)-based spectral fitting package called gsfit, which provides a user-friendly display of EOVSA image cubes and an interface to fast fitting codes (via platform-dependent shared-object libraries).
- Spectrogram Software
- Data Analysis Guides
- EOVSA Modeling Guide
- Other helpful links
- LabVIEW software
- Python code Github repository
EOVSA Flare List
See this link for a list of EOVSA flares as a Google Spreadsheet.
Another link available at the EOVSA website.
Here is a (partial) list of publications that utilize EOVSA data.
- Yu et al. (2020) ApJ, in preparation Magnetic Reconnection During the Post Impulsive Phase of the X8.2 Solar Flare: Bi-Directional Outflows as a Cause of Microwave and X-ray Bursts
- Chen et al. (2020b) Nature Astronomy, in preparation Measurement of magnetic field and relativistic electrons along a solar flare current sheet
- Chen et al. (2020a), ApJ, in press Microwave Spectral Imaging of an Erupting Magnetic Flux Rope: Implications for the Standard Solar Flare Model in Three Dimensions
- Kuroda et al. (2020), Frontiers, in press Evolution of Flare-accelerated Electrons Quantified by Spatially Resolved Analysis
- Karlicky at al. (2020), ApJ, 889, 72 Drifting Pulsation Structure at the Very Beginning of the 2017 September 10 Limb Flare
- Fleishman et al. (2020), Science, 367, 278 Decay of the coronal magnetic field can release sufficient energy to power a solar flare
- Polito et al. (2018), ApJ, 864, 63 Broad Non-Gaussian Fe XXIV Line Profiles in the Impulsive Phase of the 2017 September 10 X8.3-class Flare Observed by Hinode/EIS
- Gary et al. (2018), ApJ, 863, 83 Microwave and Hard X-Ray Observations of the 2017 September 10 Solar Limb Flare
- Kuroda et al. (2018), ApJ, 852, 32 Three-dimensional Forward-fit Modeling of the Hard X-ray and the Microwave Emissions of the 2015 June 22 M6.5 flare
VLA Flare List
See this link for a list of VLA flare observations.