Coordinated synchronous observations of Solar System objects using the ground- and space-based methods of low-frequency radio astronomy

1Stanislavsky, AA, 1Konovalenko, AA, 1Zakharenko, VV, 1Bubnov, IN, 1Volvach, Ya.S, 1Dorovskyy, VV, 1Koval, AA, 1Mylostna, KYu.
1Institute of Radio Astronomy of the National Academy of Science of Ukraine, Kharkiv, Ukraine
Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2015, 21 ;(4):51–55
Publication Language: Russian

The results of investigations of the Solar System objects by the coordinated international observations using the world’s largest low-frequency Ukrainian radio telescopes and space missions are presented. They are in favor for a high efficiency of decameter-wavelength observations for the studies of solar and planetary radio emissions, coronal mass ejections, space weather and planetary thunderstorms. 

Keywords: angular structure of solar burst sources, low-frequency radio astronomy, magnetic fields of solar corona, radio emission from planet thunderstorms, space missions

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