The imaging photopolarimeter experiment on pioneer 10

T. Gehrels, D. Coffeen, Martin G Tomasko, L. Doose, W. Swindell, N. Castillo, J. Kendall, A. Clements, J. Hämeen-Anttila, C. Ken Knight, C. Blenman, R. Baker, G. Best, L. Baker

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Abstract

A 2.5-centimeter telescope aboard Pioneer 10 is capable of making two-dimensional spin-scan maps of intensity and polarization in red and blue light at high spatial resolution. During the recent fly by of Jupiter, a large quantity of imaging and polarimetric data was obtained on Jupiter and the Galilean satellites over a wide range of phase angles.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)318-320
Number of pages3
JournalScience
Volume183
Issue number4122
StatePublished - 1974

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Jupiter (planet)
Galilean satellites
phase shift
spatial resolution
telescopes
high resolution
polarization

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Gehrels, T., Coffeen, D., Tomasko, M. G., Doose, L., Swindell, W., Castillo, N., ... Baker, L. (1974). The imaging photopolarimeter experiment on pioneer 10. Science, 183(4122), 318-320.

The imaging photopolarimeter experiment on pioneer 10. / Gehrels, T.; Coffeen, D.; Tomasko, Martin G; Doose, L.; Swindell, W.; Castillo, N.; Kendall, J.; Clements, A.; Hämeen-Anttila, J.; Ken Knight, C.; Blenman, C.; Baker, R.; Best, G.; Baker, L.

In: Science, Vol. 183, No. 4122, 1974, p. 318-320.

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Gehrels, T, Coffeen, D, Tomasko, MG, Doose, L, Swindell, W, Castillo, N, Kendall, J, Clements, A, Hämeen-Anttila, J, Ken Knight, C, Blenman, C, Baker, R, Best, G & Baker, L 1974, 'The imaging photopolarimeter experiment on pioneer 10', Science, vol. 183, no. 4122, pp. 318-320.
Gehrels T, Coffeen D, Tomasko MG, Doose L, Swindell W, Castillo N et al. The imaging photopolarimeter experiment on pioneer 10. Science. 1974;183(4122):318-320.
Gehrels, T. ; Coffeen, D. ; Tomasko, Martin G ; Doose, L. ; Swindell, W. ; Castillo, N. ; Kendall, J. ; Clements, A. ; Hämeen-Anttila, J. ; Ken Knight, C. ; Blenman, C. ; Baker, R. ; Best, G. ; Baker, L. / The imaging photopolarimeter experiment on pioneer 10. In: Science. 1974 ; Vol. 183, No. 4122. pp. 318-320.
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