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An update to a Saturnian longitude system based on kilometric radio emissions
[1] The period of Saturn kilometric radiation modulation as determined by Voyager forms the basis for a longitude system (SLS) recognized by the International Astronomical Union. However, Ulysses andExpand
Variations of Saturn's radio rotation period measured at kilometer wavelengths
The Unified Radio and Plasma Wave (URAP) experiment on the interplanetary spacecraft Ulysses is able to detect the Saturnian kilometric radiation (SKR) thanks to the high sensitivity of the receiverExpand
A spectral line survey of Orion KL in the bands 486-492 and 541-577 GHz with the Odin satellite II. Data analysis
Aims. We investigate the physical and chemical conditions in a typical star forming region, including an unbiased search for new molecules in a spectral region previously unobserved. Methods. Due toExpand
Discovery of a north-south asymmetry in Saturn's radio rotation period
[1] For many years it has been known that Saturn emits intense radio emissions at kilometer wavelengths and that this radiation is modulated by the rotation of the planet at a rate that varies by upExpand
A Saturnian longitude system based on a variable kilometric radiation period
[1] This paper describes a longitude system for Saturn which is locked to the period of Saturn kilometric radiation. Because the apparent radio emission period varies with time, the period used inExpand
The reversal of the rotational modulation rates of the north and south components of Saturn kilometric radiation near equinox
[1] It has been known for many years that Saturn emits intense radio emissions at kilometer wavelengths and that this radiation is modulated by the rotation of the planet at a rate that varies slowlyExpand
The Odin satellite - I. Radiometer design and test
The Sub-millimetre and Millimetre Radiometer (SMR) is the main instrument on the Swedish, Canadian, Finnish and French spacecraft Odin. It consists of a 1.1 metre diameter telescope with fourExpand
Submillimetre observations of comets with Odin: 2001 - 2005
The Odin satellite, launched in February 2001, is equipped with a 1.1-m submillimetre telescope. Odin was used to observe the 557 GHz line of water with high spectral resolution in 12 comets betweenExpand
Planetary radio astronomy observations from voyager 1 near saturn.
TLDR
The Voyager 1 planetary radio astronomy experiment detected two distinct kinds of radio emissions from Saturn, one of which is strongly polarized, bursty, tightly correlated with Saturn's rotation, and exhibits complex dynamic spectral features somewhat reminiscent of those in Jupiter's radio emission. Expand
The Cassini Radio and Plasma Wave Investigation
The Cassini radio and plasma wave investigation is designed to study radio emissions, plasma waves, thermal plasma, and dust in the vicinity of Saturn. Three nearly orthogonal electric field antennasExpand
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