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Title: Jupiter's Synchrotron Radiation: Observed Variations Before, During and After the Impacts of Comet SL-9
Authors: Klein, M. J.
Gulkis, S.
Bolton, S. J.
Issue Date: 9-Sep-1996
Citation: Graz, Qustria
Abstract: Results of an observing program to monitor the synchrotron radio emission from Jupiter's inner radiation belts after the impact of Comet SL-9 are reported. The observations were made at 2295 MHz aas part of the NASA-JPL Jupiter Patrol, a long term radio astronomy monitoring program begun in 1971.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/21699
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