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Jupiter: The Planet, Satellites and Magnetosphere

Series: Cambridge Planetary Science Volume: 1
Edited By: Fran Bagenal, Timothy E Dowling and William B McKinnon
732 pages, 406 b/w illus, 73 tabs
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This comprehensive volume authoritatively describes our understanding of the complex and fascinating jovian system. Written by a team of world experts, it brings together every aspect of the giant planetary system, from the deep interior of Jupiter to the distant tiny satellites and swarms of escaping gas and dust. Chapters present a synthesis of experimental data from the Voyager, Galileo and Cassini missions, from telescopes on the ground and in space, and from theoretical models on the different components that make up the Jupiter system.

Contents

Preface; 1. Introduction F. Bagenal, T. E. Dowling and W. B. McKinnon; 2. The origin of Jupiter J. I. Lunine, A. Corandini, D. Gautier, T. C. Owen and G. Wuchterl; 3. The interior of Jupiter T. Guillot, D. J. Stevenson, W. B. Hubbard and D. Saumon; 4. The composition of the atmosphere of Jupiter F. W. Taylor, S. K. Atreya, Th. Encrenaz, D. M. Hunten, P. G. J. Irwin and T. C. Owen; 5. Jovian clouds and haze R. A. West, K. H. Baines, A. J. Friedson, D. Banfield, B. Ragent and F. W. Taylor; 6. Dynamics of Jupiter's atmosphere A. P. Ingersoll, T. E. Dowling, P. J. Gierasch, G. S. Orton, P. L. Read, A. Sanchez-Lavega, A. P. Showman, A. A. Simon-Miller and A. R. Vasavada; 7. The stratosphere of Jupiter J. I. Moses, T. Fouchet, R. V. Yelle, A. J. Friedson, G. S. Orton, B. Bezard, P. Drossart, G. R. Gladstone, T. Kostiuk and T. A. Livengood; 8. Lessons from Shoemaker-Levy 9 about Jupiter and planetary impacts J. Harrington, I. de Pater, S. H. Brecht, D. Deming, V. Meadows, K. Zahnle and P. D. Nicholson; 9. Jupiter's thermosphere and ionosphere R. V. Yelle and S. Miller; 10. Jovian dust: streams, clouds and rings H. Kruger, M. Horanyi, A. V. Krivov and A. L. Graps; 11. Jupiter's ring-moon system J. A. Burns, D. P. Simonelli, M. R. Showalter, D. P. Hamilton, C. C. Porco, H. Throop and L. W. Esposito; 12. Jupiter's outer satellites and trojans D. C. Jewitt, S. Sheppard and C. Porco; 13. Interior composition, structure and dynamics of the Galilean satellites G. Schubert, J. D. Anderson, T. Spohn and W. B. McKinnon; 14. The lithosphere and surface of Io A. S. McEwen, L. P. Keszthelyi, R. Lopes, P. M. Schenk and J. R. Spencer; 15. Geology of Europa R. Greeley, C. F. Chyba, J. W. Head III, T. B. McCord, W. B. McKinnon, R. T. Pappalardo and P. Figueredo; 16. Geology of Ganymede R. T. Pappalardo, G. C. Collins, J. W. Head III, P. Helfenstein, T. B. McCord, J. M. Moore, L. M. Procktor, P. M. Shenk and J. R. Spencer; 17. Callisto J. M. Moore, C. R. Chapman. E. B. Bierhaus, R. Greeley, F. C. Chuang, J. Klemaszewski, R. N. Clark, J. B. Dalton, C. A. Hibbitts, P. M. Schenk, J. R. Spencer and R. Wagner; 18. Ages and interiors: the cratering record of the Galilean satellites P. M. Schenk, C. R. Chapman, K. Zahnle and J. M. Moore; 19. Satellite atmospheres M. A. McGrath, E. Lellouch, D. F. Strobel, P. D. Feldman and R. E. Johnson; 20. Radiation effects on the surfaces of the Galilean satellites R. E. Johnson, R. W. Carlson, J. F. Cooper, C. Paranicas, M. H. Moore and M. C. Wong; 21. Magnetospheric interactions with satellites M. G. Kivelson, F. Bagenal, W. S. Kurth, F. M. Neubauer, C. Paranicas and J. Saur; 22. Plasma interactions of Io with its plasma torus J. Saur, F. M. Neubauer, J. E. P. Connerney, P. Zarka and M. G. Kivelson; 23. The Io neutral clouds and plasma torus N. Thomas, F. Bagenal, T. W. Hill and J. K. Wilson; 24. The configuration of Jupiter's magnetosphere K. K. Khurana, M. G. Kivelson, V. M. Vasyliunas, N. Krupp, J. Woch, A. Lagg, B. H. Mauk and W. S. Kurth; 25. Dynamics of the Jovian magnetosphere N. Krupp, V. M. Vasyliunas, J. Woch, A. Lagg, K. K. Khurana, M. G. Kivelson, B. H. Mauk, E. C. Roelof, D. J. Williams, S. M. Krimigis, W. S. Kurth, L. A. Frank and W. R. Paterson; 26. Jupiter's Aurora J. T. Clarke, D. Grodent, S. W. H. Cowley, E. J. Bunce, P. Zarka, J. E. P. Connerney and T. Satoh; 27. Jupiter's inner radiation belts S. J. Bolton, R. M. Thorne, S. Bourdarie, I. de Pater and B. Mauk; Appendix 1. Maps and spectra of Jupiter and the Galilean satellites J. R. Spencer, R. W. Carlson, T. L. Becker and J. S. Blue; Appendix 2. Planetary parameters J. W. Weiss; Index.

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Biography

Fran Bagenal is Professor of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Timothy Dowling is Associate Professor and Director of the Comparative Planetology Laboratory, University of Louisville. William McKinnon is Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at the McDonnel Center for the Space Sciences, Washington University.
Series: Cambridge Planetary Science Volume: 1
Edited By: Fran Bagenal, Timothy E Dowling and William B McKinnon
732 pages, 406 b/w illus, 73 tabs
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'... an impressive detailed guide ... the editors and authors have done an admirable job of summarizing our knowledge ... The supporting compact disc and online material enhance the value of this volume. This package presents a comprehensive resource for students of planetary science and provides a detailed overview for active researchers.' EOS '... for those with a technical background it is a comprehensive introduction to the study of the giant planet.' Astronomy Now
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