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Observations of Jupiter's sporadic radio emission in the range 7.6-41 MHz, 6 July 1966 through 8 September 1968
  • Published Date:
    1968
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  • Corporate Authors:
    United States, Environmental Science Services Administration., Research Laboratories, ; IGY World Data Center A: Upper Atmosphere Geophysics ;
  • Description:
    "This report extends the list of Jupiter decametric emissions through the Jupiter apparition of 1968. (There was no apparition of 1966 because oppositions were on 20 December 1965 and 10 January 1967). The data were recorded on the University of Colorado's Boulder spectrograph (formerly belonging to the high Altitude Observatory). Previous reports (Warwick, J. W. and Kreiss, W. T., IGY Solar Activity Report Number 28, 2 November 1964; Warwick, J. W. and Dulk, G. A., IGY Solar Activity Report Number 32, 16 August 1965; and Warwick, J. W. and Dulk, G. A. IGY Solar Activity Report number 34, 1 November 1966, published by the IGY World Data Center A at High Altitude Observatory, Boulder, Colorado 80302) listed the Jupiter emissions from 1960 through 5 July 1966"--Page 1.

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