MWR: Microwave Radiometer for the Juno Mission to Jupiter
作者: M. A. JanssenJ. E. OswaldS. T. BrownS. GulkisS. M. LevinS. J. BoltonM. D. AllisonS. K. AtreyaD. GautierA. P. IngersollJ. I. LunineG. S. OrtonT. C. OwenP. G. SteffesV. AdumitroaieA. BellottiL. A. JewellC. LiL. LiS. MisraF. A. OyafusoD. Santos-CostaE. SarkissianR. WilliamsonJ. K. ArballoA. KitiyakaraA. Ulloa-SeverinoJ. C. ChenF. W. MaiwaldA. S. SahakianP. J. PingreeK. A. LeeA. S. MazerR. RedickR. E. HodgesR. C. HughesG. BedrosianD. E. D
作者单位: 1California Institute of Technology
2Southwest Research Institute
3Goddard Institute for Space Studies
4University of Michigan
5Observitoire de Paris-Site de Meudon
6Cornell University
7University of Hawaii
8Georgia Institute of Technology
9University of Houston
10California Ins
刊名: Space Science Reviews, 2017, Vol.213 (1-4), pp.139-185
来源数据库: Springer Nature Journal
DOI: 10.1007/s11214-017-0349-5
关键词: JupiterMicrowave radiometrySynchrotron emissionAtmosphereAtmospheric compositionAtmospheric dynamics
英文摘要: The Juno Microwave Radiometer (MWR) is a six-frequency scientific instrument designed and built to investigate the deep atmosphere of Jupiter. It is one of a suite of instruments on NASA’s New Frontiers Mission Juno launched to Jupiter on August 5, 2011. The focus of this paper is the description of the scientific objectives of the MWR investigation along with the experimental design, observational approach, and calibration that will achieve these objectives, based on the Juno mission plan up to Jupiter orbit insertion on July 4, 2016. With frequencies distributed approximately by octave from 600 MHz to 22 GHz, the MWR will sample the atmospheric thermal radiation from depths extending from the ammonia cloud region at around 1 bar to pressure levels as deep as 1000 bars. The primary...
原始语种摘要: The Juno Microwave Radiometer (MWR) is a six-frequency scientific instrument designed and built to investigate the deep atmosphere of Jupiter. It is one of a suite of instruments on NASA’s New Frontiers Mission Juno launched to Jupiter on August 5, 2011. The focus of this paper is the description of the scientific objectives of the MWR investigation along with the experimental design, observational approach, and calibration that will achieve these objectives, based on the Juno mission plan up to Jupiter orbit insertion on July 4, 2016. With frequencies distributed approximately by octave from 600 MHz to 22 GHz, the MWR will sample the atmospheric thermal radiation from depths extending from the ammonia cloud region at around 1 bar to pressure levels as deep as 1000 bars. The primary...
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  • Jupiter 木屋木星
  • MWR Magnetic tape WRite
  • atmospheric 大气的
  • dependence 从属
  • insertion 插入
  • ammonia 
  • radiometry 辐射测量术
  • scientific 科学
  • emission 发射
  • dynamical 动力学的