SETI bioastro: Causes of Observed Long-Periodic Variations of the Polarization at Polar Regions

From: LARRY KLAES (ljk4_at_msn.com)
Date: Tue Jul 11 2006 - 12:12:32 PDT

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    Astrophysics, abstract
    astro-ph/0607187

    From: Alex Golovin [view email]

    Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2006 14:30:22 GMT (41kb)

    Causes of Observed Long-Periodic Variations of the Polarization at Polar
    Regions of Jupiter

    Authors: O. S. Shalygina, V. V. Korokhin, E. V. Shalygin, G. P. Marchenko,
    Yu. I. Velikodsky, L. A. Akimov, O. M. Starodubtseva

    Comments: Published in Proceedings of the 13th Young Scientists' Conference
    on Astronomy and Space Physics, held in Kyiv, Ukraine, April 25-29, 2006,
    Eds.: Golovin, A.; Ivashchenko, G.; Simon, A

    Data of 23-years of Jupiter polarimetric observations (1981- 2004) have been
    reprocessed using new improved technique. The data from other observers have
    been added to the analysis (1971-74). Anticorrelation between asymmetry of
    polarization and insolation has been found. The mechanism of influence of
    seasons changing (through temperature variations) on north-south asymmetry
    of polarization formation has been proposed. Also a possibility of existence
    of influence of solar cosmic rays flux on polarization value is noted.

    http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0607187


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