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Sources of Radio/ENA emissions from the Gas and Ice Giants : A discussion of physics-based model results in support to ground-based observations and planetary missions

Presentation #104.03 in the session Mission-supporting Practices, Modeling, and Data (Oral Presentation)

Published onOct 23, 2023
Sources of Radio/ENA emissions from the Gas and Ice Giants : A discussion of physics-based model results in support to ground-based observations and planetary missions

We review our current computational capabilities to investigate the sources of Radio and ENA Emissions (RENAE) from the giant planets of our solar system. Our numerical technique to develop and validate physics-based Models of Energetic Charged Trapped Particle Environments (MECTPE) is first presented. The physical processes responsible for the energy and spatial distributions of charged particles are highlighted using a data-model comparison approach. How our RENAE simulators are built and coupled with MECTPE are described next. Simulations of REANE for different planets are also presented. We focus on results related to the detectability of magnetospheric environments from ground-based observations, the JUICE mission, and a future mission to Uranus.

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