Equilibrium Tidal Response of Jupiter: Detectability by Juno

@inproceedings{Wahl2020EquilibriumTR,
  title={Equilibrium Tidal Response of Jupiter: Detectability by Juno},
  author={Sean M. Wahl and Marzia Parisi and William Folkner and William Hubbard and Burkhard Militzer},
  year={2020}
}
  • Sean M. Wahl, Marzia Parisi, +2 authors Burkhard Militzer
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • An observation of Jupiter's tidal response is anticipated for the on-going Juno spacecraft mission. We combine self-consistent, numerical models of Jupiter's equilibrium tidal response with observed Doppler shifts from the Juno gravity science experiment to test the sensitivity of the spacecraft to tides raised by the Galilean satellites and the Sun. The concentric Maclaurin spheroid (CMS) method finds the equilibrium shape and gravity field of a rotating, liquid planet with the tide raised by… CONTINUE READING

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