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Collection of Jovian Radio Emission Probability and Occurrence Maps

Thursday 22 September 2022, by Baptiste Cecconi

This collection contains a series of published Jovian radio emission probability and occurrence maps.

Link to data repository

Description

The collection is composed of a series of Jovian radio emission probability and occurrence maps. All maps are squared image, with the observer’s CML (Central Meridian System III Longitude) on the horizontal axis (from 0 to 360°), and the moon phase on the vertical axis (from 0 to 360°).

Reference Figure Selection Observatory
Io-CML maps
Leblanc et al., 1993 Figure 2

Io-controlled NDA
Marques et al., 2017 Figure 6
Full catalogue Observatory: NDA
Marques et al., 2017 Figure 7a
Io-controlled NDA
Marques et al., 2017 Figure 7b
Non-Io NDA
Zarka et al. 2018a Figure 1a
Full catalogue NDA
Zarka et al. 2018a Figure 3a
Io-controlled NDA
Europa-CML maps
Louis et al., 2017 Figure 6a
Europa-controlled Cassini/RPWS
Louis et al., 2017 Figure 6b
Europa-controlled Voyager/PRA
Louis et al., 2017 Figure 6c
Europa-controlled Cassini/RPWS
Voyager/PRA
Zarka et al. 2018b Figure 5a
Non-Io & Non-Ganymede
Northern hemisphere
NDA
Zarka et al. 2018b Figure 5b
Non-Io & Non-Ganymede
Southern hemisphere
NDA
Ganymede-CML maps
Louis et al., 2017 Figure 6d
Ganymede-controlled Cassini/RPWS
Louis et al., 2017 Figure 6e
Ganymede-controlled Voyager/PRA
Louis et al., 2017 Figure 6f
Ganymede-controlled Cassini/RPWS
Voyager/PRA
Zarka et al. 2018a Figure 1b
Non-Io NDA
Zarka et al. 2018a Figure 3b
Ganymede-controlled NDA
Callisto-CML maps
Zarka et al. 2018b Figure 6a
Non-Io & Non-Ganymede
Northern hemisphere
NDA
Zarka et al. 2018b Figure 6b
Non-Io & Non-Ganymede
Southern hemisphere
NDA

Acknowledgements
This work was supported by Observatoire de Paris, PADC (Paris Astronomical Data Centre), CNRS (Centre National de la Recherché Scientifique), and the Europlanet-2024-RI VESPA team. The Europlanet 2024 Research Infrastructure project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 871149.

Contact

Any question or request should be addressed to contact.maser@obspm.fr

References

  • Leblanc, Y., A. Gerbault, L. Denis, & A. Lecacheux 1993. A catalogue of Jovian decametric radio observations from January 1988 to December 1990. A&AS, 98(3), 529-546. bibcode:1993A%26AS...98..529L
  • Louis, C. K., L. Lamy, P. Zarka, B. Cecconi, & S. L. G. Hess 2017. Detection of Jupiter decametric emissions controlled by Europa and Ganymede with Voyager/PRA and Cassini/RPWS. JGRA, 122(9), 9228-9247. doi:10.1002/2016JA023779
  • Marques, M. S., P. Zarka, E. Echer, V. B. Ryabov, M. V. Alves, L. Denis, & A. Coffre 2017. Statistical analysis of 26 yr of observations of decametric radio emissions from Jupiter. A&A, 604 A17. doi:10.1051/0004-6361/201630025
  • Zarka, P. 2018. Star-Planet Interactions in the Radio Domain: Prospect for Their Detection. Handbook of Exoplanets, ISBN 978-3-319-55332-0. Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature, 2018, id.22. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-55333-7_22
  • Zarka, P., M. S. Marques, C. Louis, V. B. Ryabov, L. Lamy, E. Echer, & B. Cecconi 2018b. Jupiter radio emission induced by Ganymede and consequences for the radio detection of exoplanets. A&A, 618 A84. doi:10.1051/0004-6361/201833586

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