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[210] SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING

 

 

- Acuna, M. H.; and Ness, N. F.: The Complex Magnetic Field of Jupiter, Goddard Space Flight Center Publication X-690-75-42, February 1975.
 
- Anon.: Encounter with Jupiter, Astronomy, v. 2, no. 2, Feb. 1974, pp. 4 - 18.
 
- Anon.: The Great Red Spot, Astronomy, v. 3, Aug. 1975, pp. 22-23.
 
- Baker, D.: Report from Jupiter --- 2, Spaceflight, v. 17, March 1975, pp. 102 - 107.
 
- Beckman, J. C.; Hyde, J. R.; and Rasool, S. I.: Exploring Jupiter and its Satellites with an Orbiter, Astronautics and Aeronautics, v. 12, no. 9. Sept. 1974, pp. 24 - 35.
 
- Brice, N.; and McDonough, T. R.: Jupiter's Radiation Belts, Icarus, v. 18, no. 2, Feb. 1973, pp. 206-219.
 
- Brown, R. A.; Yung, Y. L.: Io, its atmosphere and optical emissions, Jupiter, The Giant Planet, University of Arizona Press, 1976.
 
- Burgess E.: A Second Look at Jupiter, New Scientist, v. 64, 12 Dec. 1974, pp. 804 - 806.
 
- Burgess, E.: Space Probe, the Pioneer Jupiter Spacecraft, McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology Yearbook, 1975.
 
- Burgess, E.: The New Frontier, Pioneer to Jupiter, Series of NASA Education Pamphlets for Schools, 1973/4.
 
- Cameron, A. G. W.: The Outer Solar System, Science, v. 180, no. 4087, 18 May 1973, pp. 701 708.
 
- Coffeen, D. L.: Pioneer 10 Observations of Jupiter: An Appeal for Ground-Based Coverage, Icarus, v. 20, 1973, pp. 52-53.
 
- Cruikshank, D. P.; Morrison, D.: The Galilean Satellites of Jupiter, Scientific American, May 1976, pp. 108- 116.
 
- Dickinson, T.: Missions to the Giant Planets, Astronomy, v. 3, February 1975, pp. 20 - 32.
 
- Divine, N., et al.: The Planet Jupiter (1970), Space Vehicle Design Criteria (Environment), NASA (Washington, D.C.), Rept. no. SP-8069, Dec. 1971, NASA N72- 17909, (NTIS $3.00), 90 pp.
 
- Dyer, J. W.: Pioneer 11's Encounter with Jupiter and Mission to Saturn, International Astronautical Federation paper 75-178, Lisbon, Sept. 1975.
 
- Fillius, W.; McIlwain, C.; Mogro-Campero, A.; and Steinberg, G: Pitch Angle Scattering as an Important Loss Mechanism for Energetic Electrons in the Inner Radiation Belt of Jupiter; Geophysical Research Letters, in press 1975.
 
- Fountain, J. W., et al.: Jupiter's Clouds, Science, v. 184, 21 June 1974, pp. 1279 1281.
 
- Franklin, K. L.: Radio Waves From Jupiter, Scientific American, v. 211, no. 1, July 1964, pp. 35-42.
 
- Gehrels, T.; Suomi, V. E.; and Kraus, R. J.: The Capabilities of the Spin-Scan Imaging Technique, Space Research, v. XII, 1972,p. 1765.
 
- Gehrels, T.: The Flyby of Jupiter, Sky and Telescope, Feb. 1974.
[210] - Gehrels, T. (Editor): Jupiter, the Giant Planet, University of Arizona Press, 1976.
 
- Gierasch, P. J.: Jupiter's Cloud Bands, Icarus, v. 19, no. 4, Aug. 1973, pp. 482 - 494.
 
- Hanner, M. S.; and Weinberg, J. L.: Gegenschein Observations from Pioneer 10, Sky and Telescope, v. 45, April 1973.
 
- Hanner, M. S.; and Weinberg, J. L.: Changes in Zodiacal Light With Heliocentric Distance: Preliminary Results From Pioneer 10, COSPAR Paper C.38, May 1973, Konstanz.
 
- Hartmann, W. K.: Saturn ~-- The New Frontier. Astronomy, v. 3, January 1975, pp. 26 31.
 
- Hide, R.: Jupiter's Great Red Spot, Scientific American, v. 218, no. 2, Feb. 1968, pp. 74 - 82.
 
- Hide, R.: Jupiter and Saturn, The Planets Today, Proc. Royal Society, London, v. A336, 1974, pp. 63 84.
 
- Hubbard, W. B.; Jokipii, J. R.: New Studies of Jupiter, Sky and Telescope, v. 50, October 1975, pp. 212-216.
 
- Hunt, G.; Burgess, E.: Jupiter, Some Conclusions and Questions, New Scientist, v. 68, 6 Nov. 1975, pp. 326 327.
 
- Ingersoll, A. P.: Jupiter's Great Red Spot: A Free Atmospheric Vortex, Science, v. 182, pp. 1346 1348, 28 December 1973.
 
- Ingersoll, A. P.: The Atmosphere of Jupiter, Space Science Reviews, vol. 23, 1975, pp. 206 242.
 
- Ingersoll, A. P.: The Meteorology of Jupiter, Scientific American, March 1976, pp. 46 56.
 
- Jastrow, R.; and Rasool, S. 1.: The Planet Jupiter, Science .Journal, v. 3, no. 9, Sept. 1967, pp. 50 54.
 
- Judge, D. L.; Carlson, R. W.; Susuki, K.; and Morse, A. L.: Initial Pioneer 10 Results Oil the Interplanetary and Interstellar Hydrogen and Helium Glow, Proceedings of the American Physical Society, Winter 1972.
 
- Keay, C. S. L., et al.: Infrared Maps of Jupiter, Sky and Telescope, v. 44, no. 5, Nov. 1972, pp. 296-297.
 
- KenKnight, C. E.: Observations in the Asteroid Belt With the Imaging Photopolarimeter of Pioneer F and G, Physical Studies of the Minor Planets, NASA SP-267, 1971, pp. 633 637.
 
- Kliore, A. J.; Woiceshyn, P. M.: Structure of the Atmosphere of Jupiter From Pioneer 10 and 11 Radio Occultations Measurements, Jupiter, the Giant Planet, University of Arizona Press, 1976.
 
- Kuiper, G. P.: Lunar and Planetary Laboratory Studies of Jupiter, Sky and Telescope, v. 43, Jan. 1 972, pp. 4 8; v. 43, Feb. 1972, pp. 75-81.
 
- Lewis, J. S.: The Outer Planets, Ch. VI, Man and the Cosmos, W. W. Norton and Company, N.Y., 1975.
 
- Martin, A. R.: Missions to Jupiter-l, Spaceflight, v. 14, no. 8, Aug. 1972, pp. 294 - 299.
 
- Martin, A. R.: Missions to Jupiter-2, Spaceflight, v. 14, no. 9, Sept. 1972, pp. 325 - 332.
 
- McDonald, D.: Encounter with a Giant, A Program for Planetariums, NASA, Ames Research Center, Jan. 1974.
[211] - Michaux, C. M., et al.: Handbook of the Physical Properties of the Planet Jupiter, Douglas Aircraft Co. (Santa Monica, Calif.), Rept. no. NASA SP-3031, 1967, NASA N67-26559, (GPO $0.60), 142 pp.
 
- Miller, R. B.: Pioneer 10 and 11 Mission Support, NASA Technical Report 32-1526, v. XVI, The Deep Space Network, Aug. 15, 1973, pp. 15 21.
 
- Mogro-Campero, Antonio; Fillius, R. W.; and McIlwain, C. E.: Electrons and Protons in Jupiter's Radiation Belts, COSPAR Proceedings, 1974, Sao Paulo.
 
- Molton, P. M.: Exobiology, Jupiter and Life, Spaceflight, v. 14, no. 6, June 1972, pp. 220 223.
 
- Morrison, D., Burns, J. A.: The Jovian Satellites, Jupiter, The Giant Planet, University of Arizona Press, 1976.
 
- Ness, N. F.; Behannon, K. W.; Lepping, R. P., Whang, Y. C.: Magnetic Field of Mercury Confirmed, Nature, May 1975.
 
- Neste, S. L., Ph.D. Thesis: An Experimental Model of the Asteroid/Meteoroid Environment From 1.0 to 3.5 AU-Its Characteristics and Implications, Drexel University Library, Aug. 1974.
 
- Newburn, R. L., Jr.; and Gulkis, S.: A Survey of the Outer Planets Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto, and Their Satellites, Space Science Reviews, v. 14, no. 2, Feb. 1973, pp. 179 271.
 
- Owen, T.: The Atmosphere of Jupiter, Science, v. 1 67, no. 3926, 27 March 1 970, pp. 1675-1681.
 
- Pellicori, S. F., et al.: Pioneer Imaging Photopolarimeter Optical System, Applied Optics, v. 12, no. 6, June 1973, pp. 1246 - 1258.
 
- The Pioneer Mission to Jupiter, NASA (Washington, D.C.), Rept. no. SP-268, 1971, NASA N71-32366, (GPO $0.30), 48 pp.
 
- Prasad, S. S.; and Capone, L. A.: The Jovian lonosphere: Composition and Temperatures, Icarus, v. 15, no. 1, Aug. 1971, pp. 45 - 55.
 
- Reese, E. J.: Jupiter: Its Red Spot and Disturbances in 1970-71, lcarus, v. 17, no. 1, Aug. 1972, pp. 57-72.
 
- Sagan, C.: Titan, Astronomy, v. 3, March 1975, pp. 4-9.
 
- Sagan, C., et al.: A Message From Earth (Plaque on Pioneer 10), Science, v. 175, no. 4024, 25 Feb. 1972, pp. 881 -884.
 
- Sentman, D. D., Van Allen, J. A.: Recirculation of Energetic Particles in Jupiter's Magnetosphere, Geophysical Research Letters, in press 1975.
 
- Shimizu, M.: The Upper Atmosphere of Jupiter, Icarus, v. 14, no. 2, April 1971, pp. 273 281.
 
- Simmons, H. T.: Mighty Jupiter Could Be a Star That Didn't Make It, Smithsonian, v. 5, no. 6, Sept. 1974, pp. 30 - 39.
 
- Simpson, J. A., McKibben, R. B.: Dynamics of the Jovian Magnetosphere and Energetic Particle Radiation, Jupiter, The Giant Planet, University of Arizona Press, 1976.
 
- Smith, E. J., Connor, B. V., Foster, G. T. Jr.: Measuring the Magnetic Fields of Jupiter and the Outer Solar System, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, v. MAG-I I, July 1975, pp. 962 - 980.
 
- Smith, E. J., Davis, L. Jr. Jones, D. E.: Jupiter's Magnetic Field and Magnetosphere, Jupiter, the Giant Planet, University of Arizona Press, 1976.
 
[212] - Smith, E. J., et al.: Jovian Electron Bursts: Correlation with the Interplanetary Field Direction and Hydrodynamic Waves, Journal of Geophysical Research, in press 1976.
 
- Soberman, R. K.; Neste, S. L.; and Petty, A. F.: Asteroid Detection From Pioneer F/G, Physical Studies of the Minor Planets, NASA SP-267, 1971, pp. 617-631.
 
- Streett, W. B., et al.: On the Structure and Motions of Jupiter's Red Spot, Icarus, v. 14, no. 3, June 1971, pp. 319-342.
 
- Strobel, D. F.: The Photochemistry of Hydrocarbons in the Jovian Atmosphere, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, v. 30, no. 3, April 1973, pp. 489-498.
 
- Thomsen, M. F.; and Van Allen, J. A.: Galactic Cosmic Ray Intensity 0.99 to 5.26 A.U. from the Sun, University of Iowa paper 75-30, August 1975.
 
- Van Allen, J. A.: Interplanetary Particles and Fields, Scientific American, v. 233, September 1975.
 
- Van Allen, J. A.: High-Energy Particles in the Jovian Magnetosphere, Jupiter, the Giant Planet, University of Arizona Press, 1976.
 
- Van Allen, J. A., et al.: Pioneer 11 Observations of Energetic Particles in the Jovian Magnetosphere, Science, v. 188, 2 May 1975, pp. 459 462.
 
- Van Allen, J. A.; and Randall, R. F.: Jupiter's Magnetosphere as Observed with Pioneer 10, Astronautics and Aeronautics, July/August 1974, pp. 14-21.
 
- Various authors: Journal ot Geophysical Research, Special Pioneer 10 issue containing reports on all the experiments, v. 79, Sept. 1, 1974, pp. 3489-3694.
 
- Various authors: Science, Reports of all the science experiments on Pioneer 10 and of the ground based experiments, v. 183, January 25, 1974, pp. 301-324.
 
- Various authors: Science, Reports of all the science experiments on Pioneer 11 and of the ground based experiments, v. 188, 2 May 1975, pp. 445 477.
 
- Weinberg, J. L.; Hanner, M. S.; Mann, H. M.; Hutchinson, P. B.; and Fimmel, R. O.: Observations of Zodiacal Light From the Pioneer 10 Asteroid - Jupiter Probe: Preliminary Results, Space Research Xlll, Akademie-Verlag, Berlin, 1973.
 
- Westphal, J. A.; Matthews, K.; and Terrile, R. J.: Five-Micron Pictures of Jupiter, Astrophysical Journal, v. 188, no. 3, p. L111, March 15, 1974.
 
- Williams, G. P.: Jupiter's Atmospheric Circulation, Nature, v. 257, 30 Oct. 1975, p. 778.
 
- Woolfe, J.: Jupiter, Scientific American, v. 233, Sept. 1975,pp. 118 - 126.

 


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