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Magnetosphere‐Ionosphere‐Thermosphere Coupling study at Jupiter Based on Juno’s First 30 Orbits and Modeling Tools

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Y. Wang
B. Bonfond
F. Allegrini
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S. Bolton
G. Clark
J. Connerney
J.‐c. Gérard
G. Gladstone
S. Kotsiaros
W. Kurth
B. Mauk

Abstract

• We analyze the first 30 orbits of Juno to retrieve the properties of current systems and plasma flows associated with Jovian main auroras. • Southern hemisphere results are consistent with ionospheric plasma sub-corotation. • The two opposite patterns, sub-corotation and super-corotation, are observed in the northern hemisphere.
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hal-03806919 , version 1 (08-10-2022)

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S. Al Saati, N. Clément, C. Louis, M. Blanc, Y. Wang, et al.. Magnetosphere‐Ionosphere‐Thermosphere Coupling study at Jupiter Based on Juno’s First 30 Orbits and Modeling Tools. Journal of Geophysical Research Space Physics, 2022, ⟨10.1029/2022JA030586⟩. ⟨hal-03806919⟩
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