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Micron‐sized dust particles detected in the outer solar system by the Voyager 1 and 2 plasma wave instruments
During the Voyager 1 and 2 flybys of the outer planets it has been demonstrated that the plasma wave instrument can detect small dust particles striking the spacecraft. In this paper, we examine theExpand
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A possible influence of the Great White Spot on Saturn kilometric radiation periodicity
The periodicity of Saturn kilometric radiation (SKR) varies with time, and its two periods during the first 5 years of the Cassini mission have been attributed to SKR from the northern and southernExpand
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The Structure of Titan's Wake from Plasma Wave Observations.
During the Voyager 1 flyby of Saturn's moon Titan, the plasma wave instrument detected several types of plasma wave emissions. On the inbound leg a broad region of intense low-frequency noise wasExpand
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Response of Jupiter's and Saturn's auroral activity to the solar wind
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We show that Jupiter and Saturn’s aurorae are driven by internal processes, with the main energy source being the planets’ rapid rotation. Expand
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Evidence of a plume on Europa from Galileo magnetic and plasma wave signatures
The icy surface of Jupiter’s moon, Europa, is thought to lie on top of a global ocean1–4. Signatures in some Hubble Space Telescope images have been associated with putative water plumes rising aboveExpand
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Simulation Studies of Ionospheric Electric Fields and Currents in Relation to Field-Aligned Currents,
Computer simulation studies of the electric fields and currents in the global ionosphere produced by field-aligned electric currents for quiet periods are conducted. The steady state equations forExpand
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Interaction of Saturn's magnetosphere and its moons: 3. Time variation of the Enceladus plume
[1] The major momentum‐loading source in Saturn’s magnetosphere, Enceladus, has been studied with seven Cassini flybys between 2005 and 2008. In this paper, we first use parameter tests with our 3‐DExpand
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Jupiter's Aurora Observed With HST During Juno Orbits 3 to 7
A large set of observations of Jupiter's ultraviolet aurora was collected with the Hubble Space Telescope concurrently with the NASA‐Juno mission, during an eight‐month period, from 30 November 2016Expand
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Implications of depleted flux tubes in the Jovian magnetosphere
A rare but persistent phenomenon in the jovian magnetosphere is the occurrence of apparently depleted flux tubes, whose magnetic pressures are significantly above ambient levels. These flux tubesExpand
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The Juno Waves Investigation
Jupiter is the source of the strongest planetary radio emissions in the solar system. Variations in these emissions are symptomatic of the dynamics of Jupiter’s magnetosphere and some have beenExpand
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