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          Эффект двойного плазменного резонанса и его роль в радиоастрономии    

Успехи физических наук. 2016. Т. 186. № 10. С. 1090-1116.
Железняков В. В., Злотник Е. Я., Зайцев В. В., В. Е. Шапошников
The double plasma resonance effect is a phenomenon in which plasma waves in a magnetized plasma show a sharp increase in instability when the upper hybrid frequency coincides with a cyclotron harmonic frequency. a radiation mechanism associated with this effect provides an explanation of the origin of the "zebra pattern" in radio spectra of the Sun, Jupiter and the Crab pulsar. The diversity of these astronomical objects and the successful interpretation of their spectra in terms of the double plasma resonance effect point to the universal nature of this phenomenon and suggest that one and same radiation mechanism may operate under a variety of astronomical conditions.