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Discovery of jovian dust streams and interstellar grains by the Ulysses spacecraft

Eberhard Grün; H. A. Zook; M. Baguhl; André Balogh; S. J. Bame; H. Fechtig; R. J. Forsyth; Martha S. Hanner; Mihaly Horanyi; Jochen Kissel; ...
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ON 8 February 1992, the Ulysses spacecraft flew by Jupiter at a distance of 5.4 AU from the Sun. During the encounter, the spacecraft was deflected into a new orbit, inclined at about 80° to the ecliptic plane, which will ultimately lead Ulysses over the polar regions of the Sun1. Within 1 AU from Jupiter, the onboard dust detector2 recorded periodic bursts of submicrometre dust particles, with durations ranging from several hours to two days, and occurring at approximately monthly intervals (28 ± 3 days). These particles arrived at Ulysses in collimated streams radiating from close to the line-of-sight direction to Jupiter, suggesting a jovian origin for the pe...
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arXiv: Astrophysics::Earth and Planetary AstrophysicsPhysics::Space PhysicsAstrophysics::Solar and Stellar AstrophysicsAstrophysics::High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena
free text keywords: Astrophysics, Solar wind, Interplanetary dust cloud, Cosmic dust, Planet, Ecliptic, Physics, Jupiter, Astronomy, Jovian, Retrograde motion
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