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Fig. 12


Running difference image of the CME observed with SDO/AIA 211 Å passband at 10:40:24 UT with superimposed, non-radial profiles used to calculate the Type II radio burst and CME kinematics (black traces). Traces showing matching kinematics between the CME and the Type II burst are marked in green. The red contours are the Nançay NRH emission at 150 MHz at 10:40:26 UT. The blue contours are the harmonic plasma emission at 70 and 150 MHz estimated from the density map. The suggested locations of the Type II burst at the CME flanks are positioned at the intersection between the CME front (indicated with the dashed black curve) and the 70 MHz harmonic plasma frequency contour (in blue).

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