Novel Space Exploration Technique for Analysing Planetary Atmospheres

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Dekoulis, George (2010)
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The chapter presents a new reconfigurable wide-beam radio interferometer system for analysing planetary atmospheres. The system operates at frequencies, where the ionisation of the planetary plasma regions induces strong attenuation. For Earth, the attenuation is undist... View more
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