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A search for life on Earth from the Galileo spacecraft
In its December 1990 fly-by of Earth, the Galileo spacecraft found evidence of abundant gaseous oxygen, a widely distributed surface pigment with a sharp absorption edge in the red part of theExpand
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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
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In Situ Observations of Interstellar Plasma with Voyager 1
Finally Out Last summer, it was not clear if the Voyager 1 spacecraft had finally crossed the heliopause—the boundary between the heliosphere and interstellar space. Gurnett et al. (p. 1489,Expand
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The Earth as a radio source: Terrestrial kilometric radiation
Radio wave experiments on the Imp 6 and 8 satellites have shown that the earth emits very intense electromagnetic radiation in the frequency range of about 50–500 kHz. At peak intensity the totalExpand
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Spatio-temporal structure of storm-time chorus
[1] We discuss chorus emissions measured by the four Cluster spacecraft at close separations during a geomagnetically disturbed period on 18 April 2002. We analyze the lower band of chorus below oneExpand
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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
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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
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CRRES plasma wave experiment
The CRRES plasma wave experiment is designed to provide information on the plasma wave environment and the total plasma density in the Earth's radiation belts and throughout the CRRES orbit. ThisExpand
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The Variable Rotation Period of the Inner Region of Saturn's Plasma Disk
We show that the plasma and magnetic fields in the inner region of Saturn's plasma disk rotate in synchronism with the time-variable modulation period of Saturn's kilometric radio emission. ThisExpand
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Titan's magnetospheric interaction
Voyager 1 encounter data are used to theoretically examine the interaction of Titan with the solar wind, the Saturn magnetosheath and the Saturn magnetosphere. The spacecraft data comprisedExpand
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