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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [Cambridgeshire], New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Jupiter (Planet)
    • Subjects:
    • Magnetosphere.,
    • Jupiter (Planet) -- Atmosphere.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by A.J. Dessler.
      SeriesCambridge planetary science series
      ContributionsDessler, A. J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQB661 .P47 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 544 p. :
      Number of Pages544
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3781653M
      ISBN 100521245583
      LC Control Number81021752

      This monograph is based upon the proceedings of the Summer Institute, Physics of the Magnetosphere, held on the Boston College campus, lune , The pro gram consisted of invited speakers selected by the Editors. An attempt was made to provide comprehensive treatment of all topics of primary relevance to magneto­ spheric physics, but, of course, some areas received greater . Dessler Physics of the Jovian Magnetosphere – A.J. Dessler, Editor, from Cambridge University Press, Preface & Table of Contents – Some of the chapters had to be split into 2 parts.. Ch 1 A B – Jupiter’s magnetic field and magnetosphere – Acuna, Bohannon & Connerney Ch 2 – Ionosphere – Strobel & Atreya. Ch 3 – Low energy plasma in the jovian magnetosphere – Belcher.

      Origins of Magnetospheric Physics by J.A. Van Allen – VanAllen-Magnetospheric Physics. Physics of the Jovian Magnetosphere edited by Alex Dessler – Physics of the Jovian Magnetosphere – errata and note from Mike Kaiser Physics of the Jovian Magnetosphere – signatures. Enough of Pessimism – Philip Abelson – Abelson. Physics of the Jovian Magnetosphere Physics of the Jovian Magnetosphere Cheng, Andrew F. Physics of the Jovian Magnetosphere is a comprehensive reference devoted to the latest advances in Jovian magnetosphere physics. Spectacular discoveries by the Pioneer and Voyager spacecraft have led to an explosive development in the subject, with unprecedented .

        This book presents the theory of the electrodynamic phenomena that occur in the magnetosphere of a pulsar. It also provides a clear picture of the formation and evolution of neutron stars. The authors address the basic physical processes of electron-positron plasma production, the generation of electric fields and currents, and the emission of.   1. Introduction. The magnetosphere of Jupiter is the largest physical entity in the solar system. It drives extremely intense auroral emissions (Clarke et al., ) and is an efficient accelerator of charged particles up to MeV energies (Zwickl et al., ; Krimigis, ).Through largely unknown mechanisms these particles are released into interplanetary space and constitute an important.


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Physics of the Jovian Magnetosphere is a valuable reference work for those doing research in magnetospheric physics and in a number of related disciplines. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer.

This book consists of twelve carefully interwoven articles written by leading space scientists who summarize our state of knowledge of the physics of the magnetosphere surrounding the planet Jupiter.

Ground-based data as well as information from the Pioneer and Voyager spacecraft are used in developing both physical descriptions and theoretical. Physics of the Jovian Magnetosphere by A.

Dessler,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). Physics of the Jovian Magnetosphere - edited by A. Dessler January Cited by: Jupiter's magnetosphere (the region of space in which Jupiter's magnetic field influences the motion of charged particles) is the largest object in the solar system; it exhibits new phenomena and behaves, in some respects, like a pulsar.

It is a magnetosphere whose physics is dominated by internal sources of plasma and energy. This book consists of twelve carefully interwoven articles written.

The original interest in an ionosphere on Jupiter was generated by the discovery of strong radio-frequency emissions at approximately 20 MHz which were thought to be plasma frequencies associated with Jupiter's ionosphere. The ionosphere of Jupiter provides a means to couple the magnetosphere to the atmosphere by virtue of its high conductivity and collisional interaction with the neutral Cited by: Jupiter's magnetic field and magnetosphere are considered along with the ionosphere, the low-energy plasma in the Jovian magnetosphere, the low-energy particle population, high-energy particles, and spectrophotometric studies of the Io torus.

Other topics explored are related to the phenomenology of magnetospheric radio emissions, plasma waves in the Jovian magnetosphere, theories of radio Cited by: It is pointed out that the role of magnetospheric plasma in determining the configuration and dynamics of the magnetosphere is considerably more important at Jupiter than it is at earth.

The main concern of this investigation is the extent to which various aspects of Jovian magnetospheric configuration and dynamics can be understood in a unified and self-consistent fashion on the basis of Author: V.

Vasyliunas. The Jovian magnetosphere is described in terms of three principal regions. The inner magnetosphere is the region where the magnetic field created by sources internal to the planet dominates.

The region in which the equatorial currents flow is denoted as the middle by: Of the planetary magnetospheres which have been explored, Jupiter's is by far the largest. It is a magnetosphere largely dominated by rotational effects. As such, it offers unique insight to the study of inaccessible pulsar magnetospheres.

The present investigation is concerned with theoretical concepts which are believed to be consistent with available by: This book comprises twelve interwoven articles written by leading space scientists who summarize our state of knowledge of the physics of the magnetosphere surrounding the planet Jupiter.

Ground-based data as well as information from the Pioneer and Voyager spacecraft are used in developing both physical descriptions and theoretical understanding. Physics of the Magnetospheres of Jupiter and Saturn. Hosted by Tom Krimigis (Johns Hopkins University – Applied Physics Laboratory) Houston, Texas.

Physics of the Jovian Magnetosphere – The Book came out of this conference. Hosted by Alex Dessler (Rice University) Lindau, Federal Republic of Germany. Ground-based data as well as information from the Pioneer and Voyager spacecraft are used in developing both physical descriptions and theoretical understanding.

Physics of the Jovian Magnetosphere is a valuable reference work for those doing research in magnetospheric physics and in a number of related disciplines. (source: Nielsen Book Data). The Jovian magnetosphere varies in time, induce currents in the ionospheres of the icy moons, and in the magnetosphere of Ganymede, that in turn induce electric currents in the conductive sub-surface oceans, there providing an energy source for possible life, and then the whole electrodynamic interaction can be traced back into the Jovian space.

Early life and Education. Dessler received a B.S. in Physics from the California Institute of Technology in and a Ph.D in Physics from Duke University in His PhD thesis was "The amplitude dependence of the velocity of second sound" under William M.

Fairbank. Career. Dessler began his career at Lockheed Missiles and Spacewhile at the Southwest Center for. Abstract Whistler mode waves are suggested to play a dual role in precipitation loss and acceleration of energetic electrons in Jovian magnetosphere.

Using the combined wave data from Juno and Gali. The –82 quadrennium was a time of unprecedented excitement and achievement in Jovian magnetospheric physics, highlighted by the traversais by Voyager‐1 and ‐2 (V‐1, ‐2) in March and July Our knowledge has been expanded immensely by Voyager observations and their interpretations, and this review is devoted largely to by: The presence of satellites (moons) inside the magnetosphere of the giant planets provides an important source of plasma, which modifies the dynamics of the magnetosphere and the mechanisms leading to auroral processes.

Thorne, R. M., "Microscopic plasma processes in the Jovian magnetosphere," in Physics of the Jovian Magnetosphere, p. Whistler mode waves are suggested to play a dual role in precipitation loss and acceleration of energetic electrons in Jovian magnetosphere.

Using the combined wave data from Juno and Galileo, we constructed global maps of whistler mode waves in the Jovian inner magnetosphere (M‐shell. This monograph is based upon the proceedings of the Summer Institute, Physics of the Magnetosphere, held on the Boston College campus, luneThe pro gram consisted of invited speakers selected by the Editors.

The low‐energy charged particle (LECP) experiment on the Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft made measurements of the intensity, energy spectra, angular distributions, and composition of ions (30 keV ≲E ≲ MeV) and electrons (14 keV ≲E ≲10 MeV) during encounters with the Jovian magnetosphere in Detailed analysis of the multicomponent (H, He, O, S) low‐energy (∼30 keV to ∼4 MeV.During this interval, Juno has collected large datasets of plasma, magnetic field, and wave measurements in Jupiter's magnetosphere.

In this study, we conduct statistics on the plasma and wave characteristics in Jupiter's magnetodisk (nightside magnetosphere beyond 20 Jupiter radii, R J).

Distributions of electron fluxes and waves in the.The magnetosphere of Jupiter is the cavity created in the solar wind by the planet's magnetic ing up to seven million kilometers in the Sun's direction and almost to the orbit of Saturn in the opposite direction, Jupiter's magnetosphere is the largest and most powerful of any planetary magnetosphere in the Solar System, and by volume the largest known continuous structure in the.