MG3Planetary, solar and exoplanetary radio emissions
|Convener: G. Fischer | Co-Convener: B. Cecconi|
Key topics of the session are the recent developments in the study of non-thermal radio emissions from the Sun, the five radio planets, the heliosphere, and potential radio emissions from exoplanets. Special emphasis is put on current missions like Cassini and Juno, but also new findings from data of older missions like Stereo, Voyager, Galileo, Wind or Ulysses are welcome. Studies of terrestrial radio emission data from missions like MMS, Themis, Van Allen Probes, Cluster or Demeter can be another important topic. In addition to space-based observations, new developments in ground-based radio telescopes will be matters of discussion that should lead to a better coordination of ground- and space-based observations. Presentations should focus on physical properties of radio emissions like rotational modulation, fine structures in dynamic spectra, polarization as well as source direction, and theoretical modelling and simulation of plasma and magnetic processes leading to their generation. Key question for future missions like Solar Orbiter or JUICE can also be addressed.