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The near-millimeter brightness temperature spectra of Uranus and Neptune
We present new photometric measurements of Uranus and Neptune between 0.35 and 2.0 mm. Together with our previous results (Orton et al., 1986, Icarus 67, 289-304), these data have allowed us toExpand
Submillimeter and millimeter observations of jupiter
We report narrowband photometry of the Jovian disk in 10 passbands covering the range from 0.35 to 3.3 mm wavelength. Absolute calibration was referenced to Mars. The derived brightness temperatureExpand
Galileo probe measurements of thermal and solar radiation fluxes in the Jovian atmosphere
The Galileo probe net flux radiometer (NFR) measured radiation fluxes in Jupiter's atmosphere from about 0.44 to 14 bars, using five spectral channels to separate solar and thermal components.Expand
Optical properties of NH3 ice from the far infrared to the near ultraviolet.
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The optical constants (nr,ni) for solid ammonia in the cubic phase from 50 to 71,000 cm−1 (0.14–200 μm) and mie scattering parameters in the same spectral range are graphically illustrated for particle sizes from 1 to 100 μm. Expand
Methane and its isotopologues on Saturn from Cassini/CIRS observations
Abstract High spectral resolution observations from the Cassini Composite Infrared Spectrometer [Flasar, F.M., and 44 colleagues, 2004. Space Sci. Rev. 115, 169–297] are analysed to derive newExpand
Phosphine on Jupiter and Saturn from Cassini/CIRS
Abstract The global distribution of phosphine (PH3) on Jupiter and Saturn is derived using 2.5 cm−1 spectral resolution Cassini/CIRS observations. We extend the preliminary PH3 analyses on the gasExpand
Temperatures, Winds, and Composition in the Saturnian System
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Diurnal surface temperature variations on Phoebe suggest a more porous regolith than on the jovian satellites, and Saturn's ring temperatures have radial variations down to the smallest scale resolved (100 kilometers). Expand
The quasiquadrennial oscillation of Jupiter's equatorial stratosphere
A NEW 11-year record of Jupiter's stratospheric temperature1 shows an equatorial temperature oscillation with an apparent period of 4–5 years. Here we compare this oscillation to two long-periodExpand
New section of the HITRAN database: Collision-induced absorption (CIA)
Abstract This paper describes the addition of Collision-Induced Absorption (CIA) into the HITRAN compilation. The data from different experimental and theoretical sources have been cast into aExpand
The clouds of Jupiter: Results of the Galileo Jupiter Mission Probe Nephelometer Experiment
The results of the nephelometer experiment conducted aboard the probe of the Galileo mission to Jupiter are presented. The tenuous clouds and sparse particulate matter in the relatively particle-freeExpand
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