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Volume 30, 201929th International Crimean Conference “Microwave & Telecommunication Technology” (CriMiCo’2019)
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|Radio Astronomy, Remote Sensing and Radio Wave Propagation (9)
|27 November 2019
The Sun Service KRIM - diagnostic complex of solar activity
Radio Astronomy and Geodynamics Department, Crimean Astrophysical Observatory RAS, Katsively, Crimea
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The radio astronomical diagnostic complex of solar activity, created on the basis of the radio telescope RT-22 and three small radiotelescopes united in the Sun Service KRIM located in coordinates longitude 33° 59' 30" latitude 44° 23' 52", conducts simultaneous observations in the wavelength range from 8 mm to 1.2 m in the monitoring mode and alerts. The Sun Service KRIM registered a series of strong outbreaks in the Sun in September 2017, when it was at a minimum of its activity. The information obtained by radio telescopes correlates well with data from other terrestrial and satellite observatories such as RSTN and GOES. Correlation coefficients are calculated and scattering diagrams for X-ray class flares X9.3 and X2.2 are constructed. The information from the radio telescopes of the Sun Service KRIM allows them to be used for daily monitoring of solar activity, further processing of data obtained in the course of scientific research, short-term forecast of space weather and analysis of its infuence on the Earth.
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