Cassini SLS4 longitude tool

Time Range: to
Time Interval: seconds
North or South:
Solar or Spacecraft longitude:
longitude of SKR peak:
The radius of Saturn is km. (Change the value if you wish)

A few notes about this tool.

Listings of times when the sub-solar longitude was zero: north and south

Instructions for use of time listings

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SLS2 paper

A Saturnian Longitude System Based on a Variable Kilometric Radiation Period,  W.S. KURTH, A. LECACHEUX, T.F. AVERKAMP, J.B. GROENE, and D.A. GURNETT, Geophys. Res. Lett., 34, L02201, doi:10.1029/2006GL028336, Jan. 17, 2007. © AGU

SLS3 paper

An Update to a Saturnian Longitude System Based on Kilometric Radio Emissions, W.S. KURTH, T.F. AVERKAMP, D.A. GURNETT, J.B. GROENE, and A. LECACHEUX, J. Geophys. Res., 113, A05222,doi:10.1029/2007JA012861, May 31, 2008. © AGU

SLS4 paper

D.A. Gurnett, J.B. Groene, T.F. Averkamp, W.S. Kurth, S.-Y. Ye, and G. Fischer, A SLS4 Longitude System Based on a Tracking Filter Analysis of the Rotational Modulation of Saturn Kilometric Radiation, Planetary Radio Emissions VII, Eds. Rucker, H.O., W.S. Kurth, P. Louarn, G. Fischer, Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, in press, June. 2011.

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