Radio emission from exoplanets: the role of the stellar coronal density and magnetic field strength

@inproceedings{Jardine2008RadioEF,
  title={Radio emission from exoplanets: the role of the stellar coronal density and magnetic field strength},
  author={Moira M. Jardine and Andrew Collier Cameron},
  year={2008}
}
Context. The search for radio emission from extra-solar planets has so far been unsuccessful. Much of the effort in modelling the predicted emission has been based on the analogy with the well-known emission from Jupiter. Unlike Jupiter, however, many of the targets of these radio searches are so close to their parent stars that they may well lie inside the stellar magnetosphere. Aims. For these close-in planets we determine which physical processes dominate the radio emission and compare our… CONTINUE READING

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