Observations of Shock Propagation through Turbulent Plasma in the Solar Corona

@article{Carley2021ObservationsOS,
  title={Observations of Shock Propagation through Turbulent Plasma in the Solar Corona},
  author={Eoin P. Carley and Baptiste Cecconi and Hamish A. S. Reid and Carine Briand and K. Sasikumar Raja and Sophie Masson and Vladimir Dorovskyy and Caterina Tiburzi and Nicole Vilmer and Pietro Zucca and Philippe Zarka and Michel Tagger and Jean-Mathias Grie{\ss}meier and St{\'e}phane Corbel and Gilles Theureau and Alan Loh and Julien N. Girard},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2021},
  volume={921}
}
Eruptive activity in the solar corona can often lead to the propagation of shock waves. In the radio domain the primary signature of such shocks are type II radio bursts, observed in dynamic spectra as bands of emission slowly drifting toward lower frequencies over time. These radio bursts can sometimes have an inhomogeneous and fragmented fine structure, but the cause of this fine structure is currently unclear. Here we observe a type II radio burst on 2019 March 20th using the New Extension… 

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