Planetary, solar and exoplanetary radio emissions
Convener: G. Fischer  | Co-Convener: B. Cecconi 
Oral Program
 / Fri, 12 Sep, 14:00–15:30 / Room Neptune
Poster Program
 / Attendance Thu, 11 Sep, 17:45–19:15 / Poster Area
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Key topics of this session are the recent developments in the study of radio emissions from the Sun, the planets, the heliosphere and potential radio emissions from exoplanets. Special emphasis is put on current space missions like Cassini, STEREO, the Van Allen Probes and Juno. New findings from data of older space missions (Voyager, Galileo, Wind, Ulysses...) and from ground-based radio telescope observations are welcome as well. Presentations should focus on physical properties of the radio emissions (e.g. temporal modulation, fine structures, polarization, source location) and/or the theoretical modeling of generation processes and radio wave propagation. Key questions for future missions like Solar Orbiter, Bepi Colombo or JUICE and new developments in ground-based radio telescopes can also be addressed. This should lead to a better coordination of ground- and space-based radio observations.