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  Information - PS9 Planetary, Solar and Heliospheric Radio Emissions

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Main goal of this session is to discuss recent developments in the study of non-thermal radio emission of the five radio planets, the Sun, the heliosphere, and from extrasolar planets. Special emphasis is placed on the observations by Cassini, in particular by the Radio and Plasma Wave Science experiment (RPWS), in the context of other Cassini experiments related to the Saturnian radio and plasma wave phenomena. Further analyses of Wind, Galileo, Ulysses (high latitude flyby of Jupiter) are also encouraged. Key topics also comprise solar radio emissions, specifically in view of the upcoming STEREO mission. Ground-based observations in the decameter-to-meter wavelength range as well as new developments in the field of giant radio telescopes (e.g. LOFAR, FASR, with main emphasis on physics phenomena to be observed) comprise the observational objectives. Theoretical modelling and simulations as well as comparative studies complete the topics of this session.

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