Subsecond Time Evolution of Type III Solar Radio Burst Sources at Fundamental and Harmonic Frequencies

@article{Chen2020SubsecondTE,
  title={Subsecond Time Evolution of Type III Solar Radio Burst Sources at Fundamental and Harmonic Frequencies},
  author={Xingyao Chen and Eduard P. Kontar and Nicolina Chrysaphi and Natasha L. S. Jeffrey and Mykola Gordovskyy and Yihua Yan and Baolin Tan},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2020},
  volume={905}
}
Recent developments in astronomical radio telescopes opened new opportunities in imaging and spectroscopy of solar radio bursts at subsecond timescales. Imaging in narrow frequency bands has revealed temporal variations in the positions and source sizes that do not fit into the standard picture of type III solar radio bursts, and require a better understanding of radio-wave transport. In this paper, we utilize 3D Monte Carlo ray-tracing simulations that account for the anisotropic density… 

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