LOFAR Observations of a Jet-driven Piston Shock in the Low Solar Corona

@article{Maguire2021LOFAROO,
  title={LOFAR Observations of a Jet-driven Piston Shock in the Low Solar Corona},
  author={Ciara A. Maguire and E. Carley and P. Zucca and N. Vilmer and P. Gallagher},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={909}
}
The Sun produces highly dynamic and eruptive events that can drive shocks through the corona. These shocks can accelerate electrons, which result in plasma emission in the form of a type II radio burst. Despite the large number of type II radio burst observations, the precise origin of coronal shocks is still subject to investigation. Here, we present a well-observed solar eruptive event that occurred on 2015 October 16, focusing on a jet observed in the extreme ultraviolet by the Atmospheric… Expand

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