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LOFAR - low frequency array
In dit artikel zullen the authors LOFAR beschrijven: van de astronomische mogelijkheden met de nieuwe telescoop tot aan een nadere technische beshrijving of het instrument.
Auroral radio emissions at the outer planets: Observations and theories
We review both observational and theoretical aspects of the generation of auroral radio emissions at the outer planets, trying to organize the former in a coherent frame set by the latter. Important
Jupiter's low-frequency radio spectrum from Cassini/Radio and Plasma Wave Science (RPWS) absolute flux density measurements : Cassini flyby of Jupiter
[1] We apply the calibration method developed by Dulk et al. [2001] to the data from the CassinilRadio and Plasma Wave Science (RPWS) High-Frequency Receiver in order to derive flux density
Discovery of a north‐south asymmetry in Saturn's radio rotation period
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 up to
On the possibility of coherent cyclotron emission from extrasolar planets
A model of the coherent cyclotron emission from extrasolar planets is presented. Scaling laws known to operate in our solar system (including scaling laws of planetary magnetic fields and the
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 antennas
Searching for star–planet interactions within the magnetosphere of HD 189733
HD 189733 is a K2 dwarf, orbited by a giant planet at 8.8 stellar radii. In order to study magnetospheric interactions between the star and the planet, we explore the large-scale magnetic field and
Predicting low-frequency radio fluxes of known extrasolar planets
Context: Close-in giant extrasolar planets (``Hot Jupiters'') are believed to be strong emitters in the decametric radio range. Aims: We present the expected characteristics of the low-frequency
Magnetically-Driven Planetary Radio Emissions and Application to Extrasolar Planets
At least six intense nonthermal planetary radio emissions are known in our solar system: the auroral radio emissions from the Earth, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, and the radio bursts from the