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We present the results of a spectral study of the soft X-ray emission (0.2−2.5 keV) from low-latitude ('disk') regions of Jupiter. The data were obtained during two observing campaigns with XMM-Newton in April and November 2003. While the level of the emission remained approximately the same between April and the first half of the November observation, the… (More)
We present a detailed analysis of Jupiter's X-ray (0.2−10 keV) auroral emissions as observed over two XMM-Newton revolutions in Nov. 2003 and compare it with that of an earlier observation in Apr. 2003. We discover the existence of an electron bremsstrahlung component in the aurorae, which accounts for essentially all the X-ray flux above 2 keV: its… (More)
We present the first X-ray observation of Jupiter by XMM-Newton. Images taken with the EPIC cameras show prominent emission, essentially all confined to the 0.2−2.0 keV band, from the planet's auroral spots; their spectra can be modelled with a combination of unresolved emission lines of highly ionised oxygen (OVII and OVIII), and a pseudo-continuum which… (More)
We demonstrate the use of a high sensitivity pulsed laser vibrometer to determine remotely the detailed, time-phased mechanical workings of various parts of the human heart. Results reported are validated by electrocardiography and accelerometer readings.