Monitoring the radio emission of Proxima Centauri

@article{PerezTorres2020MonitoringTR,
  title={Monitoring the radio emission of Proxima Centauri},
  author={Miguel 'Angel P'erez-Torres and Jos'e F. G'omez and Jos{\'e} Luis Ortiz and Paolo Leto and Guillem Anglada and Jos'e Luis G'omez and E. Rodr'iguez and Corrado Trigilio and Pedro J. Amado and A. Alberdi and Guillem Anglada-Escud'e and Mayra Osorio and G. Umana and Z. M. Berdi{\~n}as and M. J. L'opez-Gonz'alez and Nicol{\'a}s Morales and Cristina Rodr'iguez-L'opez and James O. Chibueze},
  journal={Astronomy \& Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
We present results from the most comprehensive radio monitoring campaign towards the closest star to our Sun, Proxima Centauri. We report 1.1–3.1 GHz observations with the Australia Telescope Compact Array over 18 consecutive days in April 2017. We detected radio emission from Proxima Centauri for most of the observing sessions, which spanned ~1.6 orbital periods of the planet Proxima b. The radio emission is stronger at the low-frequency band, centered around 1.6 GHz, and is consistent with… 

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