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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
This observation was made in C configuration (max baseline length 3 km) with 26 antenna) in L band (1-2 GHz), with 1 MHz frequency resolution and 1 second time resolution. The observation was coordinated with [http://darts.isas.jaxa.jp/solar/hinode/query.php?coA=basic&fgA=basic&spA=basic&xrA=basic&eiA=basic&coB=&coC=&coD=&coE=&coF=&coG=1&coH=&coI=&coJ=&coK=&coL=&coM=&coN=&coO=&coP=&coQ=&fgD=&fgL=&fgM=&fgN=&fgO=&fgP=&fgQ=&fgR=&fgS=&fgT=&spD=1&spE=&spF=&spG=&spH=&spI=&spJ=&spK=&spL=&spM=&spN=&spO=&spP=&spQ=&spR=&spS=&spT=&spU=&spV=&xrE=&xrF=&xrG=&xrH=&xrJ=&xrK=&xrL=&xrM=&xrN=&xrO=&xrP=&xrQ=&xrR=&eiE=&eiF=&eiG=&eiH=&eiJ=&eiK=&eiL=&eiN=&eiO=&eiP=&eiQ=&eiR=&eiS=&A19=Search&inst%5B%5D=fg&inst%5B%5D=sp&inst%5B%5D=xr&inst%5B%5D=ei&plot=no&tmSY=2016&tmSM=02&tmSD=18&tmSh=18&tmSm=00&tmEY=2016&tmEM=02&tmED=19&tmEh=00&tmEm=00&posX=&posY=&posrX=&posrY=&max=1000&fgB%5B%5D=0&fgE=0&fgG=&fgH=&fgI=&fgJ=&spB%5B%5D=0&xrB%5B%5D=0&eiB%5B%5D=0 Hinode] and [http://www.lmsal.com/hek/hcr?cmd=view-event&event-id=ivo%3A%2F%2Fsot.lmsal.com%2FVOEvent%23VOEvent_IRIS_20160409_180221_3660259503_2016-04-09T18%3A02%3A212016-04-09T18%3A02%3A21.xml IRIS] (HOP 297). Two C-class flares were covered: A C1.2 eruptive flare at the limb  [https://www.solarmonitor.org/region.php?date=20160218&region=12497 N11W88] starting at 19:59 and a C1.4 flare from AR 2501 near the disk center [https://www.solarmonitor.org/region.php?date=20160218&region=12501 N03E23]. RHESSI data is available for the impulsive phase of the C1.4 flare.  [[:File:20160218 sum.png]]
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This observation was made in C configuration (max baseline length 3 km) with 26 antenna) in L band (1-2 GHz), with 1 MHz frequency resolution and 1 second time resolution. Two B-class microflares were covered: A B3.6 microflare at 19:59 and a B4.0 microflare at 20:50. RHESSI data is available for both.
  
*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.
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*VLA overview movie:
  
*AIA movie: [http://sdowww.lmsal.com/sdomedia/ssw/ssw_client/data/ssw_service_160218_134621_14996/www/ AIA movie on the disk] [http://www.lmsal.com/hek/hcr?cmd=view-event&event-id=ivo%3A%2F%2Fsot.lmsal.com%2FVOEvent%23VOEvent_SSW_cutout_20160218T1600-20160219T0610_AIA_131-193-171_N11W88_ssw_cutout_20160218_160011_aia_171_N11W882016-02-18T16%3A00%3A06.000.xml AIA movie on the limb]
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*AIA movie:

Revision as of 15:12, 8 August 2018

Overview

This observation was made in C configuration (max baseline length 3 km) with 26 antenna) in L band (1-2 GHz), with 1 MHz frequency resolution and 1 second time resolution. Two B-class microflares were covered: A B3.6 microflare at 19:59 and a B4.0 microflare at 20:50. RHESSI data is available for both.

  • VLA overview movie:
  • AIA movie: