LWA1 Jupiter Data Usage Policy

The LWA1 Jupiter data with 1 second/40 millisecond resolutions are accessible for the purpose of the collaborated research with other professional ground-based telescopes and amateur RadioJove telescopes in support of the Juno mission. We are a member of the Juno Ground-Based Radio Decameter Observations group. Some data are under investigation for the LWA1 Jupiter group, but most of data are quickly accessible via Autoplot after the observations are completed at the LWA1 and delivered to the University of Iowa (UI). In some cases, the high-resolution data (i.e. 0.21 millisecond spectral data and waveform data) are available per request to PI of this project; the 1-hour data volume amounts of >350 GB.

Collaborated research

The LWA1 Jupiter data at UI are collected through the following approved proposals.

  1. Imai, M., T. E. Clarke, W. S. Kurth, and C. A. Higgins (2017d), LWA1 Jupiter's Decametric Radio Observations Supporting the Juno Perijove 7 Survey (LH014-PJ7), Approved proposal for director's discretionary time, July 2017 for 50 hours.
  2. Imai, M., T. E. Clarke, W. S. Kurth, and C. A. Higgins (2017c), LWA1 Jupiter's Decametric Radio Observations Supporting the Juno Perijove 6 Survey (LH014-PJ6), Approved proposal for director's discretionary time, May 2017 for 60 hours.
  3. Imai, M., T. E. Clarke, C. A. Higgins, and W. S. Kurth (2017b), LWA1 Jupiter's Decametric Radio Observations Supporting the Juno Perijove 5 Survey (LH014-PJ5), Approved proposal for director's discretionary time, March-April 2017 for 60 hours.
  4. Imai, M., T. E. Clarke, C. A. Higgins, and W. S. Kurth (2017a), LWA1 Jupiter's Decametric Radio Observations Supporting the Juno Perijove 4 Survey (LH014-PJ4), Approved proposal for director's discretionary time, January-Feburary 2017 for 60 hours.
  5. Imai, M., T. E. Clarke, C. A. Higgins, and W. S. Kurth (2016), LWA1 Jupiter's Decametric Radio Observations Supporting the Juno Perijove 3 Survey (LH014-PJ3), Approved proposal for director's discretionary time, December 2016 for 60 hours.
  6. Imai, M., T. E. Clarke, C. A. Higgins, A. Lecacheux, and M. Panchenko (2015), Coordinated LWA1-NDA-URAN2 Observations for Jupiter's Decametric Radiation (LI001), Cycle 6 Call for Proposals: LWA1 Radio Observatory, January-August 2016 for 30 hours.

References

  1. Imai, M., W. S. Kurth, G. B. Hospodarsky, S. J. Bolton, J. E. P. Connerney, S. M. Levin, A. Lecacheux, L. Lamy, and P. Zarka (2017), Latitudinal beaming of Jovian decametric radio emissions as viewed from Juno and the Nanay Decameter Array, Geophys. Res. Lett., 44, 4455-4462, doi:10.1002/2016GL072454.
  2. Imai, M., A. Lecacheux, T. E. Clarke, C. A. Higgins, M. Panchenko, J. Dowell, K. Imai, A. I. Brazhenko, A. V. Frantsuzenko, and A. A. Konovalenko (2016), The Beaming Structures of Jupiter's Decametric Common S-bursts Observed from the LWA1, NDA, and URAN2 Radio Telescopes, Astrophys. J., 826, 176, doi:10.3847/0004-637X/826/2/176.
  3. Clarke, T. E., C. A. Higgins, J. Skarda, K. Imai, M. Imai, F. Reyes, J. Thieman, T. Jaeger, H. Schmitt, N. P. Dalal, J. Dowell, S. W. Ellingson, B. Hicks, F. Schinzel, and G. B. Taylor (2014), Probing Jovian decametric emission with the long wavelength array station 1, J. Geophys. Res. Space Physics, 119 (12), 9508-9526, doi:10.1002/2014JA020289.
  4. Ellingson, S. W., et al. (2013), The LWA1 Radio Telescope, IEEE Trans. Antennas. Propag., 61, 2540-2549, doi:10.1109/TAP.2013.2242826.
  5. Dowell, J., D. Wood, K. Stoval, P. S. Ray T. Clarke, and G. Taylor (2012), The Long Wavelength Array software library, J. Astron. Instrum., 01, 1250006, doi:10.1142/S2251171712500067.
  6. Taylor, G. B., et al. (2012), First light for the first station of the Long Wavelength Array, J. Astron. Instrum., 01, 1250004, doi:10.1142/S2251171712500043.

Acknowledgements

Updated on August 1, 2017