Recent research with Humain data


  • Ndacyayisenga, T. et al., "Space weather study through analysis of solar radio bursts detected by a single-station CALLISTO spectrometer", Ann. Geophys., 39, 945–959, 2021 [DOI]
  • Koukras, A. et al., "Analyzing the propagation of EUV waves and their connection with type II radio bursts by combining numerical simulations and multi-instrument observations", A&A, 644, 90, 2020 [NASA/ADS]
  • Sodré, Z.A.L. et al., "Radio Noise Storms and the Connection with the Reorganization of Photospheric Magnetic Fields", Sol Phys 294, 140, 2019 [NASA/ADS]
  • O'Hara, J. et al., "Exceptional Extended Field-of-view Observations by PROBA2/SWAP on 2017 April 1 and 3", ApJ, 883, 59, 2019 [NASA/ADS]
  • Marqué, C. et al., "Solar radio emission as a disturbance of aeronautical radionavigation", JSWSC, 8, 42, 2018 [NASA/ADS]
  • Stankov, S. et al., "Multi-instrument observations of the solar eclipse on 20 March 2015 and its effects on the ionosphere over Belgium and Europe", JSWSC, 7, 19, 2017 [NASA/ADS]
  • Verhulst, T. G. W. et al., "High-resolution ionospheric observations and modeling over Belgium during the solar eclipse of 20 March 2015 including first results of ionospheric tilt and plasma drift measurements", AdSpR, 57, 240, 2015 [NASA/ADS]
  • Chen, Y, et al., "A Solar Type II Radio Burst from Coronal Mass Ejection-Coronal Ray Interaction: Simultaneous Radio and Extreme Ultraviolet Imaging", ApJ, 787, 59, 2014 [NASA/ADS]
  • Bain, H. M. et al., "Radio Imaging of Shock-accelerated Electrons Associated with an Erupting Plasmoid on 2010 November 3", ApJ, 750, 44, 2012 [NASA/ADS]