12 Works

Collection of Jovian Radio Emission Probability and Occurrence Maps

Laurent Lamy, Baptiste Cecconi & Stéphane Aicardi
This collection contains a series of published Jovian radio emission probability and occurrence maps.

What can be deduced from the High Frequency Limit of Saturn’s Kilometric Radiation. Supplementary material

Siyuan Wwwu, Philippe Zarka, Laurent Lamy, Corentin Louis, Shengyi Ye, Renée Prangé, Baptiste Cecconi & William Kurth

Jupiter Probability Tool

Stéphane Aicardi, Baptiste Cecconi & Laurent Lamy
Jupiter is a source of intense radio emissions in the decametric wavelength range observable from ground (above ∼10 MHz) and from space (down to a few kHz). The strong anisotropy of the Jovian radio sources results in characteristic shapes in the temporal-spectral domain, which can be used to identified the various types of Jovian radio components. The Jupiter Probability Tool provides users with Jovian radio emission observability predictions, depending on the observers location, and the...

Determining the beaming of Io decametric emissions, a remote diagnostic to probe the Io-Jupiter interaction. Supplementary material: NenuFAR Data

Laurent Lamy, Serge Yerin, Philippe Zarka, Baptiste Cecconi, Julien N. Girard & Jean-Mathias Griessmeier

Cassini RPWS Jupiter Encounter Calibrated Dataset

Philippe Zarka, Baptiste Cecconi, Fabiola Magalhaes, Corentin Louis & Laurent Lamy
This dataset contains calibrated Cassini-RPWS-HFR Jupiter fly-by data from 6 months of Jupiter encounter: 2000-275 (Oct 1st) 00:00 to 2001-090 (Mar 31st) 24:00. The spectral range covers 3.5 kHz to 16 MHz.

Phase A Science Case for MAVIS -- The Multi-conjugate Adaptive-optics Visible Imager-Spectrograph for the VLT Adaptive Optics Facility

Richard M. McDermid, Giovanni Cresci, Francois Rigaut, Jean-Claude Bouret, Gayandhi De Silva, Marco Gullieuszik, Laura Magrini, J. Trevor Mendel, Simone Antoniucci, Giuseppe Bono, Devika Kamath, Stephanie Monty, Holger Baumgardt, Luca Cortese, Deanne Fisher, Filippo Mannucci, Alessandra Migliorini, Sarah Sweet, Eros Vanzella & Stefano Zibetti

APIS/Cassini/UVIS data collection

Laurent Lamy, Fabiola Magalhaes & Florence Henry
The APIS/Cassini/UVIS data collection has been built from original Cassini/UVIS spectro-imaging auroral observations of Saturn in the Extreme- and Far-Ultraviolet range (80-180 nm) throughout the full Cassini orbital tour of Saturn between 2004 and 2017. The original data have been splitted into individual sweeps of Saturn’s auroral regions and enriched with specific data processing and metadata. Details on the creation of this data collection can be found in (Magalhaes et al., AGU fall meeting, 2019).

Voyager Era Digitized Jovian Radio Emission Catalogues

Baptiste Cecconi, Laura DEBISSCHOP & Laurent Lamy

Bursts of Auroral Kilometric Radiation individually selected from Wind/WAVES data

Alexandra Ruth Fogg, Caitriona Jackman, James Waters, Xavier Bonnin, Laurent Lamy, Baptiste Cecconi, Karine Issautier & Corentin Louis
This event list contains start and end times for automatically detected bursts of Auroral Kilometric Radiation (AKR), extracted from Wind/WAVES data. Also provided are the upper and lower frequency limits as a function of time within the burst.

Wind/Waves flux density collection calibrated for Auroral Kilometric Radiation

James Waters, Baptiste Cecconi, Caitriona Jackman, Daniel Whiter, Xavier Bonnin, Laurent Lamy & Karine Issautier
This collection contains post-processed datasets of Wind/Waves flux densities, calibrated with the Z antenna, and containing parameters relevant for the selection of Auroral Kilometric Radiation as described in Waters et al. 2021 (submitted to JGR)

ORN NDA NewRoutine Sun EDR FITS data collection

Laurent Lamy, Guy Kenfack, Alexia Duchene, Baptiste Cecconi, Alan Loh, Philippe Zarka, Cedric Viou, Patrice RENAUD, Séverin Barth, Laurent Denis & Andrée Coffre
This data collection is composed of daily decametric observations of the Sun acquired by the Nançay Decameter Array (NDA) with its NewRoutine (NR) receiver at the Observatoire Radioastronomique de Nançay (ORN) in Nançay, France. On top of scientific measurements, the dataset also includes pointing and instrumental setup parameters.

ORN NDA JunoN EDR Dataset Specification

Baptiste Cecconi, Cedric Viou, Laurent Lamy, Patrice Renaud, Alan Loh, Philippe Zarka, Andrée Coffre & Laurent Denis
This document describes the ORN NDA JunoN EDR Dataset Specification.

Registration Year

  • 2023
  • 2022
  • 2021

Resource Types

  • Dataset
  • Collection
  • Interactive Resource
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  • Text


  • Laboratoire d’Astrophysique de Marseille
  • Laboratory of Space Studies and Instrumentation in Astrophysics
  • Paris Observatory
  • Dublin Institute For Advanced Studies
  • Nançay Radio Observatory
  • University of Southampton
  • French National Centre for Scientific Research
  • Central Arizona College
  • University of Queensland
  • PSL Research University