J/A+A/604/A17Jupiter decametric radio emissions over 26 years (Marques+, 2017)

Statistical analysis of 26 years of observations of decametric radio emissions from Jupiter. Marques M.S., Zarka P., Echer E., Ryabov V.B., Alves M.V., Denis L., Coffre A. <Astron. Astrophys. 604, A17 (2017)> =2017A&A...604A..17M (SIMBAD/NED BibCode)ADC_Keywords: Solar system ; Planets ; Radio linesKeywords: radiation mechanisms: non-thermal - methods: statistical - catalogs - planets and satellites: aurorae - planets and satellites: individuals: JupiterAbstract: Jupiter is a complex and at the same time very powerful radio source in the decameter wavelength range. The emission is anisotropic, intrinsically variable at millisecond to hour timescales, and also modulated by various external processes at much longer periods, ranging from ∼10h to months or years (including Jovian day and year, solar activity and solar wind variations, and for ground-based observations, terrestrial day and year). As a consequence, long-term observations and their statistical study have proved to be necessary for disentangling and understanding the observed phenomena. We have built a database from the available 26yr of systematic, daily observations conducted at the Nancay Decameter Array and recorded in digital format. This database contains all observed Jovian decametric emissions, classified with respect to the time-frequency morphology, their dominant circular polarization, and maximum frequency. We present the results of the first statistical analysis of this database. We confirm the earlier classification of Jovian decameter emissions in Io-A, -A', -B, -C, -D and non-Io-A, -B, -C types, but we also introduce new emission types (Io-A'' and Io-B') and precise and characterize the non-Io-D type. We determine the contours of all emission types in the CML-Φ_{Io}plane (Central Meridian Longitude in Jupiter's System III coordinates versus Io Phase), provide representative examples of their typical time-frequency patterns, and the distribution of emission's maximum frequency as a function of {LAMBDA}_{Io}(Io's Longitude). Finally, we present a statistical analysis of the distributions of the occurrence rate, duration, intensity and polarization for each emission type. non-Io-DAM appears to be related to small-scale, possibly bursty auroral structures.Description: We provide two files ('obs.dat' and 'em.dat') where the classification of decametric radio emission from Jupiter observed by Nancay Decametric Array during 26-years was done. The data is associated with the dynamic spectrums that you can access at https://www.obs-nancay.fr/ (Instruments/Decameter Array/Data availability/)File Summary:

FileName Lrecl Records Explanations

ReadMe 80 . This file obs.dat 92 8163 Lists of the parameters of observation em.dat 721 11463 Lists of the numbers and parameters of emissions

See also: https://www.obs-nancay.fr : Nancay Obaervatory Home PAgeByte-by-byte Description of file: obs.dat

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3- 6 I4 --- RankObs [1/8163] 9- 18 A10 "date" Obs.date Observation date (YYYY/MM/DD) 21- 25 A5 "h:m" TimeTrans Jupiter's transit at Nancay meridian 28- 33 F6.2 deg DEdeg Jupiter's declination 36- 39 I4 min HAs Hour angle of start of observation 40 A1 --- --- [,] 41- 44 I4 min HAe Hour angle of end of observation 47- 48 I2 MHz Freq NDA optimisation frequency 51- 52 I2 --- Filt [1/4] Filter (1) 55- 59 A5 "h:m" Time Time of filter change 1->2 or 2->1 62- 69 A8 "h:m:s" Obs.timeS Start time of observation 72- 79 A8 "h:m:s" Obs.timeE End time of observation 82- 83 I2 MHz FreqMin Minimum - maximum frequency of observation 85 A1 --- --- [-] 87- 88 I2 MHz FreqMax Minimum - maximum frequency of observation 91- 92 I2 --- Nem [0/17] Number of emissions catalogued for this observation

Note (1): Filters as follows: 1 = 10-100MHz 2 = 20- 80MHz 3 = 10- 45MHz 4 = 16- 45MHz

Byte-by-byte Description of file: em.dat

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value of emission polygon summits (2) 650-655 I6 --- Time53 Freq53 time value of emission polygon summits (2) 656-661 I6 --- Time54 Freq54 time value of emission polygon summits (2) 662-667 I6 --- Time55 Freq55 time value of emission polygon summits (2) 668-673 I6 --- Time56 Freq56 time value of emission polygon summits (2) 674-679 I6 --- Time57 Freq57 time value of emission polygon summits (2) 680-685 I6 --- Time58 Freq58 time value of emission polygon summits (2) 686-691 I6 --- Time59 Freq59 time value of emission polygon summits (2) 692-697 I6 --- Time60 Freq60 time value of emission polygon summits (2) 698-703 I6 --- Time61 Freq61 time value of emission polygon summits (2) 704-709 I6 --- Time62 [0] Freq62 time value of emission polygon summits (2) 710-715 I6 --- Time63 [0] Freq63 time value of emission polygon summits (2) 716-721 I6 --- Time64 [0] Freq64 time value of emission polygon summits (2)

Note (1): Source type as follows: 0 = Io-A 1 = Io-B 2 = Io-A' 3 = Io-A'' 4 = Io-C 5 = Io-D 6 = non-Io-A 7 = non-Io-B 9 = non-Io-C 10 = non-Io-D 11 = undefined 12 = Io-B'Note (2): spectrum rank in file ∼ second since file start.

Acknowledgements: Manilo Soares Marques, manilo.marques(at)gmail.com(End)Patricia Vannier [CDS] 17-May-2017

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