Low Frequency Planetary Radio Astronomy

R.J. Sault
2002 Symposium - International astronomical union  
This paper reviews planetary radio astronomy at low frequencies. At least at frequencies observable from the Earth's surface, this field has been almost solely the study of Jovian magnetospheric emissions. With the discovery of extra-solar planets, and the potential for new telescopes with large collecting areas, we may well see more objects and emission mechanisms becoming detectable.
doi:10.1017/s0074180900169487 fatcat:smlieghn5vak3el7ptyueaurly