Decametric bursts caused by the fragment S of comet SL-9
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On July 21, 1994, 13 h - 15 h UT, decametric bursts had been recorded at frequencies from 24.0 MHz to 28.5 MHz in Xin Xiang station (longitude =-113.8°, latitude =35.3°), Henan province, China. Three maps of the three hour data are presented. Some of the bursts appears to be relative to the impact of the fragment S(No. 5) of the comet SL-9.
Key wordsComet Jupiter/P Radio Burst
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