Study of gamma rays of solar flare of October 29, 2003 according to data of AVS-F and SONG instruments onboard the CORONAS-F satelliteстатья

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[1] Study of gamma rays of solar flare of october 29, 2003 according to data of avs-f and song instruments onboard the coronas-f satellite / Y. D. Kotov, I. V. Arkhangelskaya, A. I. Arkhangelsky et al. // Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Sciences. — 2006. — Vol. 69, no. 6. — P. 859–862. We present the results of the study of gamma rays of the solar flare of October 29, 2003 according to the data of the SONG and AVS-F instruments onboard the CORONAS-F satellite. According to the data of instruments onboard the GOES series satellites, the flare lasted from 20:38 to 20:55. The maximum energy release of this flare according to the SONG data was detected in the range of 4 to 7 MeV, which corresponded to the nuclear gamma-lines in the flare energy spectrum. Nuclear lines and the 2.2-MeV line were observed during the entire flare. Time profiles of the solar flare according to the GOES-12, GOES-10, and AVS-F data are discussed, as well as the energy spectrum in the time interval of 20:40:00-20:55:00 according to the AVS-F data. The time profiles of this flare according to the AVS-F data were also considered for energy ranges corresponding to the continuum in the range of 0.3 to 0.6 MeV, 56Fe, 24Mg + 20Ne + 28Si, 20Ne + 16O, 12C, and 16O nuclear lines, and 2.2-MeV neutron capture line. В© 2006 by Allerton Press, Inc.

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