and the Community of European Solar Radio Astronomers, for the following highlights.
About Dr. Eduard Kontar:
"The Community of European Solar Radio Astronomers (CESRA) is an informal organization of European
scientists to stimulate research of the outer solar atmosphere by means of radio waves and any
other suitable diagnostics."
"...CESRA publishes Highlights of Solar Radio Physics aka CESRA Nuggets approximately every two weeks at http://cesra.net. These short communications are written in the language accessible to a non-expert in the specific area and designed to keep solar and heliophysics communities informed and up-to-date about current research.
The highlights can be followed, discussed, commented and shared via
The 30 cm solar radio flux: a new proxy for upper atmosphere specification
by Thierry Dudok de Wit and Sean Bruinsma
Particle acceleration and turbulence during a solar flare
by E.P. Kontar et al.
Solar wind density turbulence from 10 to 45 solar radii
by K. Sasikumar Raja et al.
Multi-Loop Structure of Nonthermal Microwave Sources in a Major Long-Duration Flare
by V. Grechnev et al.
Comparison of alternative zebra-structure models in solar radio emission
by G.P. Chernov et al.*
Microwave emission as a proxy of CME speed in ICME forecasting
by Carolina Salas Matamoros, Ludwig Klein and Gerard Trottet
The Brightness Temperature of the Quiet Solar Chromosphere at 2.6 mm
by Kazumasa Iwai et al
How Electron Beams Produce Continuous Coherent Plasma Emission
by H. Che, M. Goldstein, P. Diamond, and R. Sagdeev
Radio Diagnostics of Electron Acceleration Sites During the Eruption of a Flux Rope in the Solar Corona
by Eoin Carley et al.
Solar Science with the Atacama Large Millimeter/Submillimeter Array — A New View of Our Sun
by S. Wedemeyer
Quasi-periodic acceleration of electrons in the flare on 2012 July 19
by Jing Huang et al.
Large-scale simulations of Langmuir Wave Distributions Induced by Electron Beams
by H. Reid and E. Kontar
Full paper at:
"Langmuir Wave Electric Fields Induced by Electron Beams in the Heliosphere"
Emission of radiation by plasmas with counter-streaming electron beams
by L. F. Ziebell et al.
Simultaneous near-Sun observations of a moving type IV radio burst
and the associated white-light CME
by K. Hariharan et al.
Observation of quasi-periodic solar radio bursts associated with propagating fast-mode waves
by C. R. Goddard et al.
Diagnosing the Source Region of a Solar Burst on 26 September 2011 by Using Microwave Type-III Pairs
by Tan B. L. et al.
Acceleration of electrons in the solar wind by Langmuir waves produced by a decay cascade
by Catherine Krafft and Alexander Volokitin
Source regions of the type II radio burst observed during a CME–CME interaction on 2013 May 22
by P. Mäkelä et al.