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We synthesized the images in microwaves and in HXRs around the time of this peak, and examined the spectroscopic features of the coronal emission sources. Figure 3 shows the results. In the right panel we present a NoRH 34 GHz image. We overlaid the counter image with the gray line to show the coronal emission source. 1. 8, if we assume the gyro-synchrotron emission for the microwave emission source. We also overlaid the HXR contour images on the TRACE (left) and NoRH (right) images with black lines.
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