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SOON after the discovery by Burke and Franklin1 in 1954 of 22-Mc/s sporadic-type radiation from Jupiter, an attempt was made by F. G. Smith2 to detect similar radiation at higher frequencies from old(More)
RECENT radio observations of Jupiter, in the frequency-range 14–27 Mc./s., have suggested the presence of an ionosphere and a magnetic field on the planet. If the magnetic field is regarded as being(More)
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