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Studies of plasma flow past Jupiter"s satellite Io
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
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|Statement||p.i., Jon Linker.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-200134., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-200134.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
Out of the 63 moons of Jupiter discovered so far, four satellites are really very large. They are Ganymede, Calisto, Europa, and Io. They were discovered by Galileo in the year and so named after him as the Galilean satellites. Jupiter's volcanically active moon Io is a strong source of plasma in its own right, and loads Jupiter's magnetosphere with as much as 1, kg of new material every second. Strong volcanic eruptions on Io emit huge amounts of sulfur dioxide, a major part of which is dissociated into atoms and ionized by electron impacts and, to a lesser extent, solar ultraviolet radiation, producing ions of sulfur and ered by: Pioneer
Three massive volcanic eruptions occurred on Jupiter’s moon Io, a satellite the size of Earth’s moon, within a two-week period last August, leading astronomers to speculate that these presumed rare outbursts, which can send material hundreds of miles above the surface, might be much more common than previously thought. Survey of Voyager plasma science ions at Jupiter: 1. Analysis method F. Bagenal1, in the Io plasma torus from Voyager, Galileo, and Cassini missions. In a series of three companion papers we Survey of Voyager plasma science ions at Jupiter: 1. Analysis methodFile Size: 1MB.
The plasma co-rotating with Jupiter impinges on the trailing side of the Ganymedian magnetosphere much like the solar wind impinges on the Earth's magnetosphere. The main difference is the speed of plasma flow—supersonic in the case of Earth and subsonic in the case of l period: d. The solar wind that flows around a planet is a stream of plasma coming from the Sun. Jupiter's magnetosphere is especially large, 10 times the diameter of the Sun, and its magnetotail, the part of.
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Get this from a library. Studies of plasma flow past Jupiter's satellite Io: progress report, first year [2/07//06/96). [Jon Linker; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. "Studies of plasma flow past Jupiters satellite Io": progress report: second year (2/07//06/97): NASA contract: NASW In this chapter we present a review of plasma transport in the magnetospheres of the rapidly rotating outer planets Jupiter and Saturn with emphasis on the effects of magnetic reconnection.
Unlike the Earth’s magnetosphere where reconnection is the dominant transport mechanism, atmospherically driven corotation dominates at Jupiter and by: 2.
At Jupiter, it is hypothesized that Io’s volcanic plasma carried out of the plasma torus is transported radially outward in the rotating magnetosphere and is recurrently ejected as plasmoid via tail reconnection. The plasmoid ejection is likely associated with particle energization, radial plasma ﬂow, and transient auroral by: 9.
Io, innermost of the four large moons (Galilean satellites) discovered around Jupiter by the Italian astronomer Galileo in It was probably also discovered independently that same year by the German astronomer Simon Marius, who named it after Io of Greek mythology.
Emissions from the magnetic footprints of Io, Ganymede and Europa on Jupiter are presented in Fig. 1, in ultraviolet images taken with the Space Telescope imaging spectrograph Studies of plasma flow past Jupiters satellite Io book main oval Cited by: Three massive volcanic eruptions occurred on Jupiter’s moon Io, a satellite the size of Earth’s moon, within a two-week period last August, leading astronomers to speculate that these presumed rare outbursts, which can send material hundreds of miles above the surface, might be much more common than previously thought.
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If at Jupiter we use a flow speed of ~ km s −1 as in sectiona mass density of ~1 amu cm −3 [Frank et al., ; Frank and Paterson, ], and a dusk plasma sheet thickness of ~25 R J [e.g., Kivelson and Southwood, ], then a down‐tail mass flow of, say, ~ kg s −1 is accommodated by a layer of width ~7 R J, compared with Cited by: Here are all the Jupiter’s satellite with an oxygen atmosphere answers.
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Plasma Flow Past Cometary and Planetary Satellite Atmospheres Michael R. Combi and Tamas I. Gombosi The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan Konstantin Kabin The University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada The tenuous atmospheres and ionospheres of comets and outer planet satellites share many common properties and features.
multiyear study of Jupiter and the largest moons. As Galileo be-gan its 29th orbit, the Cassini–Huygens spacecraft was nearing Jupiter for a gravity-assist maneuver on the way to Saturn. The two spacecraft made simultaneous observations of the magne-tosphere, solar wind, rings, and Jupiter’s Size: 1MB.
Photoionization of Io's neutral hydrogen ring combined with cross-L diffusion by flux-tube interchange is shown to be a possible source and transport mechanism for the inner low-energy plasma regime discovered by Pioneer The diffusion coefficient calculated from the number density profile inferred from the Pioneer 10 data is consistent with that required to supply the energy for the Cited by: On the colors of Jupiter's satellite Io - Irradiation of solid sulfur at 77 K Implications for Jupiter's satellite Io.
Article. In Io's wake the plasma is hotter than elsewhere in the. Jupiter’s Magnetosphere: Plasma Sources and Transport V. Dols, Y.-J. Su, Generation of parallel electric fields in the Jupiter-Io torus wake region.
Geophys. Res.() Article; Google Scholar MHD simulation of a rapidly rotating magnetosphere interacting with the external plasma flow. Geophys. Res. Lett. 24, – Cited by: 7. TIDAL HEATING IN A MAGMA OCEAN WITHIN JUPITER'S MOON Io.
Robert H. Tyler 1,2, Wade G. Henning 1,2, among Io's dark floored patera because it covers only % of Io's surface area yet accounts for 10%–20% of Io's total heat flow (Veeder et al. all previous studies of Io's tides treated the body as essentially a solid Cited by: in until you can see the Galilean satellites of Jupiter: Ganymede, Io, Europa, and Callisto.
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Studies of Plasma Flow Past Jupiters Satellite Io. February Jon A. Linker; We have investigated the interaction of Io, Jupiter's innermost Galilean satellite, with the Io plasma torus, and.
Jupiter’s plasma torus co-rotates with the planet at the same distance and in the same direction as Io’s orbit, but at a speed of 75 km s-1 in comparison to Io’s orbital speed of 17 km s Io is composed primarily of rocky material with very little iron.
Io is located within an intense radiation belt of electrons and ions trapped in Jupiter's magnetic field. As the magnetosphere rotates with Jupiter, it sweeps past Io and strips away about 1, kilograms (1 ton) of material per second.
The material forms a torus, a doughnut. On our planet, most of the raining electrons and ions come from the solar wind or from our planet's ionosphere.
On Jupiter, many of them come from volcanoes: hot belching vents on Jupiter's moon Io fill the giant planet's magnetosphere with ionized sulfur and oxygen.
Ions from Io are accelerated by local electric fields toward Jupiter's auroral zone.Io's volcanic ejecta also produce a large plasma torus around Jupiter.
Io played a significant role in the development of astronomy in the 17th and 18th centuries. It was discovered in January by Galileo Galilei, along with the other Galilean ered by: Galileo Galilei.Voyager 1 and 2 were sent to Jupiter in These satellites were sent to study the moons, ring system, water and ice.
Inthe Ulysses satellite was sent to do a flyby of Jupiter, studying its polar cap, moon IO, and radio and plasma waves. Galileo, sent inwas the first satellite until to enter orbit around Jupiter.