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GO JUPITER PWS RESAMP SUMMARY SPECTRUM ANALYZER 60S V1.0 (PDS)

NSSDCA ID: PSFP-00302

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Description

This description was generated automatically using input from the Planetary Data System. This data set includes 1-minute averages of the electric and magnetic wave spectra obtained during the period that the Galileo plasma wave receiver was operated during the Jupiter orbital mission (prime, GEM and GMM). The parameter provided for the electric field spectrum is the electric field spectral density in units of V**2/m**2/Hz. The magnetic field spectrum is provided in units of magnetic field spectral density, nT**2/Hz. The spectral information is averaged and binned into 49 logarithmically-spaced channels from about 6 Hz to 5.6 MHz for the electric measurements and 34 channels from about 6 Hz to 75 kHz for the magnetic. Note that these 'channels' do not generally correspond to the 158 specific channels described in the instrument description document. The reduction in spectral resolution for this data set was performed in order to make the set more conducive to use as a browse data set. The sources of this browse data set are the High Frequency Receiver, Sweep Frequency Receiver, and Spectrum Analyzer which make up the Low Rate Science portion of the PWS. This data set is highly discontinuous in time. Because of the severe limitations in the downlink capability of the Galileo spacecraft, data were acquired for only selected portions of each orbit. During the prime mission (first 12 orbits), continuous data were acquired inside of 50 Rj for all orbits, with a few select orbits having complete or nearly complete coverage in the Real-Time Science (RTS) telemetry mode. During most of the Galileo Europa Mission (GEM) and Galileo Millennium Mission (GMM) coverage was more limited, typically only a few days around perijove, except for the Cassini encounter period (orbits 28 and 29) and orbits where recorded data were lost due to spacecraft safings or other mishaps. Table 1 below provides a listing of the start and stop times of the data for each orbit. Some orbits (5 and 13) have no coverage due to solar conjunctions. Table 2 below provides basic information about the orbits and orbital geometry. After the insertion orbit, which dipped as low as five degrees south, the Galileo remained within a degree of the jovian equator. ----------------------------------------------------------------Table 1. PWS Summary Data Coverage ----------------------------------------------------------------Orbit Start Time Stop Time Notes ----------------------------------------------------------------JA-Io 1995-12-07 15:21 1995-12-08 01:26 J00 1996-05-23 20:02 1996-06-01 00:30 G01 1996-06-23 16:02 1996-07-04 00:00 G01 1996-08-07 00:00 1996-08-24 14:27 1 G02 1996-08-31 10:50 1996-10-22 10:02 C03 1996-10-31 12:07 1996-11-11 18:31 E04 1996-12-13 19:17 1996-12-21 15:07 J05 2 E06 1997-02-17 06:01 1997-02-26 04:49 G07 1997-03-19 05:42 1997-04-21 16:01 G08 1997-05-04 00:31 1997-06-22 00:00 C09 1997-06-22 00:00 1997-09-14 00:00 3 C10 1997-09-14 00:00 1997-10-04 00:00 3 E11 1997-11-02 01:24 1997-11-09 16:01 E12 1997-12-15 08:05 1997-12-16 12:29 J13 2 E14 1998-03-28 13:02 1998-03-31 02:12 E15 1998-05-30 21:04 1998-06-01 09:10 E16 1998-07-20 05:09 1998-07-21 00:00 E16 1998-07-24 00:00 1998-09-19 03:01 4 E17 1998-09-25 11:09 1998-09-27 01:59 E18 1998-11-21 12:04 1998-12-31 00:00 E19 1999-01-31 02:08 1999-02-02 00:00 E19 1999-02-11 00:00 1999-02-11 05:59 C20 1999-05-02 17:06 1999-05-15 04:04 C21 1999-06-29 07:05 1999-07-03 10:48 C22 1999-08-11 14:06 1999-08-14 10:34 C23 1999-09-13 20:05 1999-09-27 16:31 I24 1999-10-10 04:05 1999-11-01 17:58 I25 1999-11-25 04:05 1999-11-27 01:32 E26 2000-01-01 23:31 2000-01-05 01:55 E26 2000-02-20 03:33 2000-02-21 00:00 3 I27 2000-02-21 00:00 2000-02-23 18:05 G28 2000-05-19 04:06 2000-06-14 00:00 G28 2000-10-26 00:00 2000-12-27 00:00 5 G29 2000-12-27 00:00 2001-02-05 19:56 5,3 C30 2001-05-23 12:02 2001-05-26 08:28 I31 2001-08-05 05:18 2001-08-07 16:32 I32 2001-10-14 02:10 2001-10-27 00:00 I33 2002-01-04 00:00 2002-01-15 00:00 I33 2002-10-26 13:32 2002-11-03 00:00 3 A34 2002-11-03 00:00 2002-11-05 06:32 J35 2003-09-21 08 2003-09-21 18 6 Notes: 1 Data collected inbound to the beginning of next orbit 2 No data - solar conjunction 3 Data continuous with previous orbit 4 Additional data returned after spacecraft safing 5 Joint observation with Cassini 6 Times approximate, Jupiter impact ------------------------------------------------------------------Table 2. Galileo Orbit Information ------------------------------------------------------------------Orbit <--- Periapsis Info ----> <-- Apoapsis Info --> Start Periapsis Range Local Apoapsis Range Local Orb Date Date/Time <Rj**> Time Date <Rj> Time ------------------------------------------------------------------J00 95-12-03 95-12-07 21:54 4.00 16:21 96-03-29 267.7 03:39 G01 96-06-23 96-06-28 00:31 11.03 15:36 96-08-09 125.3 03:24 G02 96-09-01 96-09-07 13:38 10.65 15:22 96-10-07 113.0 03:12 C03 96-11-02 96-11-06 13:31 9.21 15:34 96-11-27 89.1 03:28 E04 96-12-15 96-12-19 03:22 9.16 15:21 97-01-04 72.1 03:00 J05* 97-01-15 97-01-20 00:26 9.05 14:54 97-02-04 72.1 02:48 E06 97-02-16 97-02-20 20:55 9.12 14:28 97-03-14 89.2 02:20 G07 97-03-30 97-04-04 11:03 9.12 14:14 97-04-21 75.9 01:56 G08 97-05-04 97-05-08 11:42 9.27 13:29 97-06-02 100.2 01:21 C09 97-06-22 97-06-27 11:52 10.77 12:35 97-08-08 143.0 00:21 C10 97-09-14 97-09-18 23:10 9.17 12:44 97-10-13 98.9 00:36 E11 97-11-02 97-11-06 23:02 9.03 12:36 97-11-26 84.1 00:29 E12 97-12-15 97-12-16 06:35 8.80 12:29 97-12-20 46.6 00:37 J13* 98-02-09 98-02-10 23:09 8.85 12:33 98-03-06 95.2 00:25 E14 98-03-28 98-03-29 07:59 8.83 12:17 98-04-30 199.7 00:16 E15 98-05-30 98-06-01 02:34 8.85 12:12 98-06-26 100.4 00:03 E16 98-07-20 98-07-20 17:18 9.93 11:54 98-08-23 124.4 23:51 E17 98-09-25 98-09-26 08:26 8.91 11:44 98-10-24 110.4 23:34 E18 98-11-21 98-11-22 03:57 9.23 11:24 98-12-27 129.0 23:17 E19 99-01-31 99-02-01 02:38 9.24 10:56 99-03-18 154.3 22:40 C20 99-05-02 99-05-03 17:00 9.37 10:24 99-06-02 114.5 21:46 C21 99-06-29 99-07-02 05:04 7.27 10:04 99-07-22 89.0 21:57 C22 99-08-11 99-08-12 10:58 7.32 09:50 99-08-29 77.1 21:23 C23 99-09-13 99-09-14 19:57 6.55 09:17 99-09-27 65.7 20:46 I24 99-10-10 99-10-11 03:31 5.68 08:41 99-11-01 97.7 20:47 I25 99-11-25 99-11-26 23:30 5.94 08:39 99-12-15 87.2 20:28 E26 00-01-01 00-01-04 03:33 5.78 08:14 00-01-28 102.7 20:05 I27 00-02-20 00-02-22 12:30 5.85 07:56 00-04-06 154.4 19:55 G28 00-05-17 00-05-21 04:52 6.68 07:18 00-09-08 289.9 18:37 G29 00-12-27 00-12-29 03:26 7.49 06:03 01-03-11 216.3 17:37 C30 01-05-07 01-05-23 17:33 7.28 05:11 01-06-29 136.8 16:27 I31 01-08-04 01-08-06 04:52 5.93 04:14 01-09-10 132.2 16:05 I32 01-10-14 01-10-15 23:56 5.78 03:53 01-12-01 160.7 15:39 I33 02-01-16 02-01-17 16:23 5.54 03:13 02-06-13 348.1 14:21 A34 02-11-04 02-11-05 07:23 1.99 01:40 03-04-14 336.7 12:49 J35 03-09-21 03-09-21 18: 1.00 * Solar conjunction - no data from this orbit ** Rj = 71492 km

Alternate Names

  • GO-J-PWS-4-SUMM-SA60S-V1.0

Discipline

  • Planetary Science: Fields and Particles

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Questions and comments about this data collection can be directed to: Dr. Edwin V. Bell, II

 

Personnel

NameRoleOriginal AffiliationE-mail
Prof. Donald A. GurnettData ProviderUniversity of Iowa
Dr. William S. KurthGeneral ContactUniversity of Iowawsk@space.physics.uiowa.edu
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