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Hunten et al. 1986

Hunten, D.M., L. Colin, and J.E. Hansen, 1986: Atmospheric science on the Galileo mission. Space Sci. Rev., 44, 191-240, doi:10.1007/BF00200817.

The atmospheric science goals of the Galileo mission, and instruments of the probe and orbiter are described. The current data available, and the goals of the Galileo mission concerning the chemical composition of the Jovian atmosphere; the thermal structure of the atmosphere; the nature of cloud particles and cloud layering; the radiative energy balance; atmospheric dynamics; and the upper atmosphere are discussed. The objectives and operations of the atmospheric structure instrument, neutral mass spectrometer, helium abundance interferometer, nephelometer, net flux radiometer, lightning and radio emission detector, solid state imaging system, NIR mapping spectrometer, photopolarimeter radiometer, and UV spectrometer are examined.

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@article{hu03000u,
  author={Hunten, D. M. and Colin, L. and Hansen, J. E.},
  title={Atmospheric science on the Galileo mission},
  year={1986},
  journal={Space Sci. Rev.},
  volume={44},
  pages={191--240},
  doi={10.1007%2FBF00200817},
}

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TY  - JOUR
ID  - hu03000u
AU  - Hunten, D. M.
AU  - Colin, L.
AU  - Hansen, J. E.
PY  - 1986
TI  - Atmospheric science on the Galileo mission
JA  - Space Sci. Rev.
VL  - 44
SP  - 191
EP  - 240
DO  - 10.1007%2FBF00200817
ER  -

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