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On the Occurrence of Type IV Solar Radio Bursts in Solar Cycle 24 and Their Association with Coronal Mass Ejections

24 Feb 2021, 17:00 UTC
On the Occurrence of Type IV Solar Radio Bursts in Solar Cycle 24 and Their Association with Coronal Mass Ejections
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Anshu Kumari et al 2021 ApJ 906 79
A statistical study of 446 type IV radio bursts during solar cycle 24 shows that ~81% of type IV bursts were associated with a coronal mass ejection (CME), but only ~2.2% of CMEs were accompanied by type IV radio bursts.

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