18-year long monitoring of the evolution of H2O vapor in the stratosphere of Jupiter with the Odin space telescope

@article{Benmahi202018yearLM,
  title={18-year long monitoring of the evolution of H2O vapor in the stratosphere of Jupiter with the Odin space telescope},
  author={B. Benmahi and T. Cavali'e and M. Dobrijevic and N. Biver and K. Bermudez-Diaz and A. Sandqvist and E. Lellouch and R.Moreno and T. Fouchet and V. Hue and P. Hartogh and F. Billebaud and A. Lecacheux and A. Hjalmarson and U. Frisk and M. Olberg and andThe Odin Team},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2020}
}
Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 impacted Jupiter in July 1994, leaving its stratosphere with several new species, among them water vapor (H2O). With the aid of a photochemical model H2O can be used as a dynamical tracer in the jovian stratosphere. In this paper, we aim at constraining vertical eddy diffusion (Kzz) at the levels where H2O resides. We monitored the H2O disk-averaged emission at 556.936 GHz with the Odin space telescope between 2002 and 2019, covering nearly two decades. We analyzed the… Expand

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