[PEM20-P05] Occurrence characteristics of Type-III solar radio bursts in the solar quiet period
Keywords:sun, type III burst, flare
We have derived characteristics of Type III bursts appeared in the solar quiet period and have compared them with SXR variations to investigate their mutual relation. For this purpose, we have analyzed dozens of Type III bursts appeared after 2014 using the database of the meter-wave range solar radio telescope in Tohoku University (IPRT/AMATERAS). For estimating SXR variations we have used the database of GOES SXR. As the result, it is indicated that the correlation between energy of Type III burst and corresponding variation of SXR is low actually, and Type III bursts with similar intensity appeared in a few orders of SXR variations. Then, we have also investigated expected solar surface phenomena corresponding to each Type III burst for revealing causalities of the low correlation. We referred to the RHESSI flare list and surveyed solar surface phenomena using the SDO/AIA image data. It is suggested that Type III bursts with very weak or no variation in SXR were related to compact solar surface phenomena such as EUV spot or jet. This result implies a possibility that a causality of the low correlation is due to the height or scale size of magnetic reconnection region which affects SXR intensity.
In the presentation we will introduce results of the statistical and event analyses of Type III bursts in the solar quiet period precisely and discuss expected causalities of the low correlation.
Acknowledgements: We thank the GOES, RHESSI and SDO teams for providing the solar data.