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Asteroseismology of the DOV star PG 1159 - 035 with the Whole Earth Telescope
Results are reported from 264.1 hr of nearly continuous time-series photometry on the pulsating prewhite dwarf star (DPV) PG 1159 - 035. The power spectrum of the data set is completely resolved intoExpand
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Saturn's magnetodisc current sheet
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We present a survey of these thin current sheets in Saturn's magnetosphere and show that they have been observed at all local times where Cassini has explored the outer magnetosphere. Expand
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Asteroseismology of RXJ 2117+3412, the hottest pulsating PG 1159 star
The pulsating PG 1159 planetary nebula central star RXJ 2117+3412 has been observed over three successive seasons of a multisite photometric campaign. The asteroseismological analysis of the data,Expand
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Thermal electron periodicities at 20RS in Saturn's magnetosphere
Cassini fields and particles observations show clear evidence of periodic phenomena in Saturn's magnetosphere. Periodicities have been observed in kilometric radio emissions, total electron densityExpand
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Supersonic winds in Jupiter's aurorae
Jupiter has a giant magnetosphere that is coupled to the planet's upper atmosphere; as the planet rotates, its magnetic field drags a dense ionized equatorial sheet of plasma, which must interactExpand
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WHOLE EARTH TELESCOPE OBSERVATIONS OF V471 TAURI - THE NATURE OF THE WHITE-DWARF VARIATIONS
Time-series photometric observations of the binary star V471 Tauri were conducted using the Whole Earth Telescope observing network. The purpose was to determine the mechanism responsible for causingExpand
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EChO - Exoplanet Characterisation Observatory
A dedicated mission to investigate exoplanetary atmospheres represents a major milestone in our quest to understand our place in the universe by placing our Solar System in context and by addressingExpand
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The science case for an orbital mission to Uranus: exploring the origins and evolution of ice giant planets
Giant planets helped to shape the conditions we see in the Solar System today and they account for more than 99% of the mass of the Sun's planetary system. They can be subdivided into the Ice GiantsExpand
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Uranus Pathfinder: exploring the origins and evolution of Ice Giant planets
The “Ice Giants” Uranus and Neptune are a different class of planet compared to Jupiter and Saturn. Studying these objects is important for furthering our understanding of the formation and evolutionExpand
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Exoplanet characterisation observatory
A dedicated mission to investigate exoplanetary atmospheres represents a major milestone in our quest to understand our place in the universe by placing our Solar System in context and by addressingExpand
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