Planetary radio astronomy observations from voyager 1 near saturn.

@article{Warwick1981PlanetaryRA,
  title={Planetary radio astronomy observations from voyager 1 near saturn.},
  author={J. Warwick and J. Pearce and D. Evans and T. Carr and J. J. Schauble and J. Alexander and M. Kaiser and M. Desch and M. Pedersen and A. Lecacheux and G. Daigne and A. Boischot and C. H. Barrow},
  journal={Science},
  year={1981},
  volume={212 4491},
  pages={
          239-43
        }
}
The Voyager 1 planetary radio astronomy experiment detected two distinct kinds of radio emissions from Saturn. The first, Saturn kilometric radiation, is strongly polarized, bursty, tightly correlated with Saturn's rotation, and exhibits complex dynamic spectral features somewhat reminiscent of those in Jupiter's radio emission. It appears in radio frequencies below about 1.2 megahertz. The second kind of radio emission, Saturn electrostatic discharge, is unpolarized, extremely impulsive… Expand
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