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An update to a Saturnian longitude system based on kilometric radio emissions
[1] The period of Saturn kilometric radiation modulation as determined by Voyager forms the basis for a longitude system (SLS) recognized by the International Astronomical Union. However, Ulysses and
In Situ Observations of Interstellar Plasma with Voyager 1
TLDR
Electron densities detected by Voyager 1 show that the spacecraft is in the interstellar plasma, and other observations provide strong evidence that Voyager 1 has crossed the heliopause into the nearby interstellar plasma.
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
[1] 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
Morphological differences between Saturn's ultraviolet aurorae and those of Earth and Jupiter
It has often been stated that Saturn's magnetosphere and aurorae are intermediate between those of Earth, where the dominant processes are solar wind driven, and those of Jupiter, where processes are
The Variable Rotation Period of the Inner Region of Saturn's Plasma Disk
We show that the plasma and magnetic fields in the inner region of Saturn's plasma disk rotate in synchronism with the time-variable modulation period of Saturn's kilometric radio emission. This
The Configuration of Jupiter ’ s Magnetosphere
A magnetosphere is a “sphere” of influence around a planet in which the forces associated with the magnetic field of the planet prevail over all other forces. The magnetic field of the planet diverts
A Saturnian longitude system based on a variable kilometric radiation period
[1] This paper describes a longitude system for Saturn which is locked to the period of Saturn kilometric radiation. Because the apparent radio emission period varies with time, the period used in
A north-south difference in the rotation rate of auroral hiss at Saturn: Comparison to Saturn's kilometric radio emission
[1] Broadband whistler-mode emissions, commonly observed by the Cassini spacecraft at high latitudes in Saturn's magnetosphere at frequencies below about 100 Hz, have characteristics very similar to
The reversal of the rotational modulation rates of the north and south components of Saturn kilometric radiation near equinox
[1] It has been known for many years 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 slowly
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