EDP Sciences
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Issue
A&A
Volume 558, October 2013
Article Number A7
Number of page(s) 19
Section The Sun
DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/0004-6361/201220688
Published online 26 September 2013

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 24 September 2001 event (Event No. 1). The Wind WAVES radio dynamic spectrum is plotted in the frequency range 20–13825 kHz. The spectrum is measured by two instruments, RAD1 and RAD2, and the change in instrument sensitivity is visible near 1000 kHz. The LASCO C3 difference image shows the CME at 12:18 UT, at height 25.4 R, at central position angle of 141° (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. Estimated first SEP injection time was at 10:31   ±   8 UT.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 14 January 2002 event (Event No. 2). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C2 image difference image shows the CME at 07:30 UT, at height 16.1 R, at central position angle of 243°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. Estimated first SEP injection time was at 7:56   ± 48 UT.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 16 August 2002 event (Event No. 3). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C2 image difference image shows the CME at 13:42 UT, at height 14.4 R, at central position angle of 121°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. Estimated first SEP injection time was at 14:20   ± 11 UT.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 9 November 2002 event (Event No. 4). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C2 image difference image shows the CME at 13:31 UT, at height 4.2 R, at central position angle of 234°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. Estimated first SEP injection time was at 13:05   ± 9 UT.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 10 November 2002 event (Event No. 5). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C2 image difference image shows the CME at 04:18 UT, at height 12.1 R, at central position angle of 228°  (counterclockwise from the top). This CME had a width of 282°. SEP injection time analysis was not possible.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights (lower diffuse lane) for the 28 May 2003 event (Event No. 6). The Wind WAVES frequency range as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C2 image difference image shows the CME at 02:18 UT, at height 14.1 R, at central position angle of 293°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME, preceded by another fast halo CME one hour earlier. Estimated first SEP injection time was at 00:15   ± 11 UT.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 29 May 2003 event (Event No. 7). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C2 image difference image shows the CME at 01:27 UT, at height 4.9 R, at central position angle of 262°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. SEP injection time analysis was not possible.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 31 May 2003 event (Event No. 8). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C2 image difference image shows the CME at 04:18 UT, at height 19.6 R, at central position angle of 255°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. Estimated first SEP injection time was at 02:30   ± 4 UT.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 17-18 June 2003 event (Event No. 9). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C2 image difference image shows the CME at 23:42 UT, at height 11.0 R, at central position angle of 117°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. SEP injection time analysis was not possible.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 6 April 2004 event (Event No. 10). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C2 image difference image shows the CME at 13:54 UT, at height 5.2 R, at central position angle of 164°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. No SEPs were observed.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 11 April 2004 event (Event No. 11). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C2 image difference image shows the CME at 04:30 UT, at height 4.8 R, at central position angle of 237°  (counterclockwise from the top). This CME had a width of 314°. Estimated first SEP injection time was at 04:06   ± 6 UT.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights (lower diffuse lane) for the 25 July 2004 event (Event No. 12). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C3 image difference image shows the CME at 16:18 UT, at height 12.1 R, at central position angle of 204°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. Estimated first SEP injection time was at 15:04   ± 6 UT.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 29 July 2004 event (Event No. 13). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C3 image difference image shows the CME at 14:18 UT, at height 14.3 R, at central position angle of 243°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. SEP injection time analysis was not possible.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 31 July 2004 event (Event No. 14). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C3 image difference image shows the CME at 07:42 UT, at height 11.5 R, at central position angle of 287°  (counterclockwise from the top). This CME had a width of >197°. SEP injection time analysis was not possible.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights (lower diffuse lane) for the 12 September 2004 event (Event No. 15). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C3 image difference image shows the CME at 02:18 UT, at height 13.1 R, at central position angle of 133°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. SEP injection time analysis was not possible.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 3 December 2004 event (Event No. 16). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C2 image difference image shows the CME at 00:26 UT, at height 4.2 R, at central position angle of 328°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. SEP injection time analysis was not possible.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 15 January 2005 event (Event No. 17). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C3 image difference image shows the CME at 07:42 UT, at height 18.8 R, at central position angle of 358°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. Estimated first SEP injection time was at 06:20   ± 4 UT.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights (lower emission lane, the two separate lanes overlap after 01:00 UT) for the 15–16 January 2005 event (Event No. 18). The the lanes overlap after 01:00 UT. The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C3 image difference image shows the CME at 00:18 UT, at height 24.9 R, at central position angle of 325°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. Estimated first SEP injection time was at 22:52   ± 5 UT.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 3 June 2005 event (Event No. 19). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C3 image difference image shows the CME at 13:38 UT, at height 15.3 R, at central position angle of 71°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. SEP injection time analysis was not possible.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 27 July 2005 event (Event No. 20). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C3 image difference image shows the CME at 05:42 UT, at height 10.7 R, at central position angle of 86°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. SEP injection time analysis was not possible.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 30 July 2005 event (Event No. 21). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C2 image difference image shows the CME at 06:50 UT, at height 5.6 R, at central position angle of 48°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. SEP injection time analysis was not possible.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 9 September 2005 event (Event No. 22). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C2 image difference image shows the CME at 20:00 UT, at height 5.6 R, at central position angle of 112°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. SEP injection time analysis was not possible.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 10 September 2005 event (Event No. 23). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C2 image difference image shows the CME at 22:00 UT, at height 5.4 R, at central position angle of 120°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. SEP injection time analysis was not possible.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 7 March 2011 event (Event No. 24). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C3 image difference image shows the CME at 22:06 UT, at height 25.4 R, at central position angle of 314°  (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. Estimated first SEP injection time was at 20:27   ± 6 UT.

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Estimated CME and type II burst heights for the 22 September 2011 event (Event No. 25). The Wind WAVES frequency range is as in Fig. 2. The LASCO C3 image difference image shows the CME at 12:30 UT, at height 20.4 R, at central position angle of 71° (counterclockwise from the top). This was a full halo CME. SEP injection time analysis was not possible.

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Table 4

Estimated SEP injection times for the analyzed events Nos. 1–25.


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