Republic of Kazakhstan, city of Almaty

Institute of Ionosphere,  JSC National Center for Space Research and Technology

Radio range Orbit,  4303'29" N,   7658'24" E

The solar flux density at 10.7cm and 27.8 cm wavelengths

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The solar flux density at 10.7cm and 27.8 cm wavelengths is measured using  fully automated radio telescope, located southward of Almaty in the Tien-Shan Mountains at the altitude of 2700 m. A 12-meter parabolic antenna and radiometers RM-10 and RM-30 are used for measurements. The two radiometers record solar flux density at 10.7cm  and 27.8 cm wavelengths each day for as long as the Sun is above the local horizon.

 

 

The solar flux density at 10.7cm and 27.8 cm wavelengths
 

    

   
     

 

Regular observations are carried out from October 2009.  The graph displays hourly values of flux densities over the past 30 days.

 

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The solar flux density at 10.7cm and 27.8 cm wavelengths for the last 30 days