Thomas Ashcraft

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Name ISRCs Rating Length
April 2, 2001: Type II X20+ Shock Front (2nd Largest Solar Flare in Recorded History) 2:07
August 22, 2005: Coronal Mass Ejection Early Activity From Developing Sunspot Region 10798 10:00
December 6, 2006: An X6.5 X-Ray Solar Flare and a Rare Moreton Wave 1:39
December 14, 2006 2200 UT: And Yet Another X Flare From Region 10930! 1:49
July 5, 2006 1743 UT: Type V Solar Burst 1:24
June 16, 2005 1902 UT: Type V Solar Emission (Langmuir Waves) 1:51
June 21, 2005 1801 UT: An Intense Type III Solar Radio Burst That Overpowered the Reception of Strong Local Lightning and Momentarily Saturated the Radiotelescope 2:25
May 19 2007: Sound Specimen "Roller Coasters" With Numerous Sharp Peaks. 2:00
May 19 2007: Strong Type V Solar Emissions 3:34
November 6, 2006: A Very Fast Solar Shock Front Today and Coronal Mass Ejection 3:59
October 12, 2005: Radio Sweeps 1:10
September 7, 2005: X18 Type II Shockfront (4th Largest Solar Flare in Recorded History) 3:00
September 9, 2005: X6.2 Type II Radio Sweep (excerpt) 1:49
September 12, 2005: Moderate Type V Radio Burst 1:11
September 12, 2005: Solar Continuum Storm (excerpt) 1:44
September 13, 2005 2034 UT: Possible Type V Burst in the Midst of a Coronal Mass Ejection 1:15
September 13, 2005: Dynamic Solar Continuum Storming 1:10
September 13, 2005: X1.5 Solar Flare Type V Burst 1:10
September 15, 2005: Ultimate Type V Pulsations Strongest Type V Burst I Have Recorded in Ten Years 2:40

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