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Table 2

Diffuse wide-band type II bursts with heights in agreement with CME leading front heights.

No. Date Flare Flare Flare/ CME CME Type II CME Type II SEP CME
(yyyy-mm-dd) start GOES CME obs. heighta heighta speedb speedb injectionc height
(UT) class source (UT) (R) (R) (km s-1) (km s-1) time at first
region (UT) injectiond
(R)

4 2002-11-09 13:08 M4.6 S12W29 13:31 4.2 4.4 1790 (A) 2300 (D) 13:05 ± 9 ~0
5 2002-11-10 03:04 M2.4 S12W37 03:42 6.9 7.1 1675 (D) 1490 (D) NP
6 2003-05-28 00:17 X3.6 S08W22 01:42 9.9 14.0 1450 (A) 1290 (A) U00:15 ± 11 ~0
7 2003-05-29 00:51 X1.2 S06W37 01:27 5.0 6.6 1470 (D) 850 (A) high bg
10 2004-04-06 12:30/13:15 M2.4 S18E15 13:31 3.9 4.5 655 (A) 960 (A)
11 2004-04-11 03:54 C9.6 S14W47 04:30 4.8 5.0 1870 (D) 1840 (–) 04:06 ± 6 ~0
12 2004-07-25 13:37/14:19 M1.1 N08W33 15:301 6.4 10.9 1550 (D) 1160 (A) 15:04 ± 6 ~4
13 2004-07-29 11:42 C2.1 W-limb 14:182 14.3 16.5 1280 (A) 980 (D) NP
14 2004-07-31 05:16 C8.4 W-limb 07:42 11.5 13.6 1220 (A) 1040 (D) high bg
15 2004-09-12 00:04 M4.8 N04E42 01:24 6.7 9.3 1370 (A) 1010 (A) high bg
16 2004-12-02/03 23:44 M1.5 N09E03 00:25 4.2 6.1 1350 (D) 1550 (D) precursor3
17 2005-01-15 05:54 M8.6 N16E04 06:42 7.9 11.7 2120 (D) 1800 (D) 06:20 ± 4 ~4
18 2005-01-15/16 21:54/22:25 X2.6 N15W05 23:42 16.5 16.5 2600 (D) 2100 (D) 22:52 ± 5 ~4
19 2005-06-03 11:51 M1.0 E-limb 13:38 15.3 16.5 1590 (D) 1450 (–) NP
20 2005-07-27 04:33 M3.7 E-limb 05:18 6.7 9.3 1930 (D) 970 (A) NP
21 2005-07-30 05:03/06:17 X1.3 N12E60 06:50 5.6 8.2 2020 (D) 2550 (D) NP
22 2005-09-09 17:32/19:13 X6.2 S12E67 20:00 5.6 5.9 2590 (D) 1610 (A) high bg
23 2005-09-10 19:10/21:30 X2.1 S13E47 21:52 4.0 4.9 2030 (D) 2030 (D) high bg

Notes.

(a)

Heliocentric CME (LASCO CME Catalog) and radio type II burst heights are given for a time when both could be observed and measured for the first time (see text for details for the height determination methods).

(b)

Speeds have been calculated using the heights given in Cols. 7 and 8 and the next observed heights, (A) stands for acceleration and (D) for deceleration.

(c)

SEP injection times were estimated with the VDA method when possible, U stands for uncertain, NP for analysis not possible, and high bg for events possibly masked by high background.

(d)

Heliocentric CME height determined from the data in the LASCO CME Catalog, at the time of SEP injection from VDA analysis.

(1)

CME accelerates or overtakes earlier event near 15:10 UT, at 5 R.

(2)

CME accelerates during LASCO data gap 12:54–14:18 UT.

(3)

Low energy precursor, higher energies rise later.

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