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**Investigation of the Magnetosphere of Ganymede with Galileo's Energetic Particle Detector
**Ph.D. dissertation by Shawn M. Stone, University of Kansas, 1999.

- Figure 6.1 ZX projection of the G2 encounter in GSII coordinates
- Figure 6.2 ZY projection of the G2 encounter in GSII coordinates
- Figure 6.3 XY projection of the G2 encounter in GSII coordinates
- Figure 6.4 Radial distance to the center of Ganymede as a function of encounter time.
- Figure 6.5 Angle of deviation between the measured magnetic field vector with that of the model field vector
__Inbound Results__- Figure 6.6 Model 1 inbound phase field line tracing
- Figure 6.7 Model 2 inbound phase field line tracing
- Figure 6.8 A: Rate profile for feature G2-18:50:31 for the ions as measured by the EPD instrument during the G2 encounter. B: Pitch (a) and phase (f) values of the particles as measured by the EPD detector.
- Figure 6.9 A: Rate profile for feature G2-18:49:31 for the electrons as measured by the EPD instrument during the inbound phase of the G2 encounter. B: The pitch (a) and phase (f) values of the particles as measured by the EPD detector.
- Figure 6.10 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:43:11 of Channel A4 normalized to 90º of pitch. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.11 Collimator pitch and phase scatter plot for the sector pointed out in Figure 6.10 for M1 A4 18:43:11 subenergy 400 keV.
- Figure 6.12 A: Length of the radius vector from the center of Ganymede to the particle as a function of trace time in seconds for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 1 for model 1 channel A4. B: The Z component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 1 for model 1 channel A4.
- Figure 6.13 A: The X component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 1 for model 1 channel A4. B: The Y component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 1 for model 1 channel A4.
- Figure 6.14 A: Magnetic field at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 1 for model 1 channel A4. B: Magnetic moment at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 1 for model 1 channel A4.
- Figure 6.15 A: Velocity of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 1 for model 1 channel A4. B: Pitch angle of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 1 for model 1 channel A4.
- Figure 6.16 ZX projection of the trajectory for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 1 for model 1 channel A4
- Figure 6.17 ZY projection of the trajectory for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 1 for model 1 channel A4
- Figure 6.18 A: Length of the radius vector from the center of Ganymede to the particle as a function of trace time in seconds for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 5 for model 1 channel A4. B: The Z component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 5 for model 1 channel A4.
- Figure 6.19 A: The X component of the particle position in GSII coordinates as a function of trace time in seconds for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 5 for model 1 channel A4. B: The Y component of the particle position in GSII coordinates as a function of trace time in seconds for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 5 for model 1 channel A4.
- Figure 6.20 A: Magnetic field at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 5 for model 1 channel A4. B: Magnetic moment at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 5 for model 1 channel A4.
- Figure 6.21 A: Velocity of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 5 for model 1 channel A4. B: Pitch angle of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 5 for model 1 channel A4.
- Figure 6.22 ZX projection of the trajectory for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 5 for model 1 channel A4
- Figure 6.23 ZY projection of the trajectory for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 5 for model 1 channel A4
- Figure 6.24 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:48:11 of channel A6 normalized to 90º of pitch. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.25 Collimator pitch and phase scatter plot for the sector pointed out in Figure 6.24 for M2 A6 G2-18:48:11 subenergy 1110 keV
- Figure 6.26 A: Length of the radius vector from the center of Ganymede to the particle as a function of trace time in seconds for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 5 for model 2 channel A6. B: The Z component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 5 for model 2 channel A6.
- Figure 6.27 A: The X component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 5 for model 2 channel A6. B: The Y component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 5 for model 2 channel A6.
- Figure 6.28 A: Magnetic field at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 5 for model 2 channel A6. B: Magnetic moment at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 5 for model 2 channel A6.
- Figure 6.29 A: Velocity of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 5 for model 2 channel A6. B: Pitch angle of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 5 for model 2 channel A6.
- Figure 6.30 ZX projection of the trajectory for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 5 for model 2 channel A6
- Figure 6.31 ZY projection of the trajectory for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 5 for model 2 channel A6
- Figure 6.32 A: Length of the radius vector from the center of Ganymede to the particle as a function of trace time in seconds for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 7 for model 2 channel A6. B: The Z component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 7 for model 2 channel A6.
- Figure 6.33 A: The X component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 7 for model 2 channel A6. B: The Y component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 7 for model 2 channel A6.
- Figure 6.34 A: Magnetic field at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 7 for model 2 channel A6. B: Magnetic moment at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 7 for model 2 channel A6.
- Figure 6.35 A: Velocity of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 7 for model 2 channel A6. B: Pitch angle of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 7 for model 2 channel A6.
- Figure 6.36 ZX projection of the trajectory for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 7 for model 2 channel A6
- Figure 6.37 ZY projection of the trajectory for subenergy 1110 keV sublook direction 7 for model 2 channel A6
- Figure 6.38 A: Rate profile for feature G2-18:48:11 for channel E3 model M1 compared to real data (Re). B: The pitch (a) and phase (f) values of the particles as measured by the EPD detector relative to the real R and simulated S field in force pitch phase mode.
- Figure 6.39 Collimator pitch and phase scatter plot of the data point indicated in Figure 6.38 for model M1 channel E3 subenergy 74 keV.
- Figure 6.40 A: Length of the radius vector from the center of Ganymede to the particle as a function of trace time in seconds for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M1 channel E3. B: The Z component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M1 channel E3.
- Figure 6.41 A: The X component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M1 channel E3. B: The Z component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M1 channel E3.
- Figure 6.42 A: Magnetic field at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M1 channel E3. B: Magnetic moment at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M1 channel E3.
- Figure 6.43 A: Velocity of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M1 channel E3. B: Pitch angle of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M1 channel E3.
- Figure 6.44 ZX projection of the trajectory for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M1 channel E3
- Figure 6.45 ZY projection of the trajectory for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M1 channel E3
- Figure 6.46 A: Rate profile for feature G2-18:49:11 for channel E3 model M2 compared to real data (Re). B: The pitch (a) and phase (f) values of the particles as measured by the EPD detector relative to the real R and simulated S field.
- Figure 6.47 Collimator pitch and phase scatter plot of the data point indicated in Figure 6.46 for model M2 channel E3 subenergy 74 keV.
- Figure 6.48 A: Length of the radius vector from the center of Ganymede to the particle as a function of trace time in seconds for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M2 channel E3. B: The Z component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M2 channel E3.
- Figure 6.49 A: The X component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M2 channel E3. B: The Y component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M2 channel E3.
- Figure 6.50 A: Magnetic field at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M2 channel E3. B: Magnetic moment at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M2 channel E3.
- Figure 6.51 A: Velocity of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M2 channel E3. B: Pitch angle of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 72 keV sublook direction 1 for model M2 channel E3.
- Figure 6.52 ZX projection of the trajectory for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M2 channel E3
- Figure 6.53 ZY projection of the trajectory for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 1 for model M2 channel E3

__Closest Approach Results__- Figure 6.54 Model 1 inbound field line tracings
- Figure 6.55 Model 2 closest approach field line tracings
- Figure 6.56 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:56:31 of Channel A4 normalized to 90º pitch. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.57 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:56:31 of Channel A4 normalized to 90º pitch. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.58 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:56:31 of Channel E3 normalized to 90º pitch. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.59 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:56:31 of Channel E3 normalized to 90º pitch. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.60 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:56:31 of Channel F2 normalized to 90º pitch. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.61 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:56:31 of Channel F2 normalized to 90º pitch. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.62 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:56:31 of Channel F2 normalized to 90º pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are 5 and 1. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.63 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:56:31 of Channel F2 normalized to 90º pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are .6 and .2. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.64 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:56:31 of Channel F2 normalized to 90º pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are 5 and 1. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.65 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:56:31 of Channel F2 normalized to 90º pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are 1 and .6. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.66 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:56:31 of Channel F2 normalized to 90º pitch. Scattering coefficients are 5 and 1. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.67 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:56:31 of Channel F2 normalized to 90º pitch. Scattering coefficients are .6 and .2. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.68 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:56:31 of Channel F2 normalized to 90º pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.69 Collimator pitch and phase scatter plot for the sector pointed out in Figure 6.66 for M1 E3 G2-18:56:31 subenergy 74 keV.
- Figure 6.70 A: Length of the radius vector from the center of Ganymede to the particle as a function of trace time in seconds for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M1 channel E3. B: The Z component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M1 channel E3.
- Figure 6.71 A: The X component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M1 channel E3. B: The Z component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M1 channel E3
- Figure 6.72 A: Magnetic field at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M1 channel E3. B: Magnetic moment at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M1 channel E3
- Figure 6.73 A: Velocity of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M1 channel E3. B: Pitch angle of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M1 channel E3.
- Figure 6.74 ZX projection of the trajectory for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M1 channel E3
- Figure 6.75 ZY projection of the trajectory for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M1 channel E3
- Figure 6.76 Collimator pitch and phase scatter plot for the sector pointed out in Figure 6.68 for M2 E3 G2-18:56:31 subenergy 74 keV.
- Figure 6.77 A: Length of the radius vector from the center of Ganymede to the particle as a function of trace time in seconds for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M2 channel E3. B: The Z component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M2 channel E3.
- Figure 6.78 A: The X component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M2 channel E3. B: The Z component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M2 channel E3.
- Figure 6.79 A: Magnetic field at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M2 channel E3. B: Magnetic moment at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M2 channel E3.
- Figure 6.80 A: Velocity of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M2 channel E3. B: Pitch angle of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M2 channel E3.
- Figure 6.81 ZX projection of the trajectory for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M2 channel E3
- Figure 6.82 ZY projection of the trajectory for subenergy 74 keV sublook direction 3 for model M2 channel E3
- Figure 6.83 Correlation of feature G2-18:56:31 with
simulated M1 data for varying values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.84 Correlation of feature G2-18:56:31 with
simulated M2 data for varying values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.85 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:58:31 of Channel A4 normalized to 90º of pitch. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.86 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:58:31 of Channel A4 normalized to 90º of pitch. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.87 A: Rate profile for feature G2-18:58:31 for the electrons as measured by the EPD instrument during the G2 encounter. B: The pitch (a) and phase (f) values of the particles as measured by the EPD detector.
- Figure 6.88 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:58:31 of Channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.89 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:58:31 of Channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.90 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:58:31 of Channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are 5 and 2. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.91 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:58:31 of Channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are 5 and 1. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.92 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:58:31 of Channel F2 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are 5 and 1. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.93 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:58:31 of Channel F2 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are .6 and .2. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.94 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:58:31 of Channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are 5 and 2. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.95 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:58:31 of Channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are 2 and 1. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.96 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:58:31 of Channel F2 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are 5 and 1. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.97 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:58:31 of Channel F2 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are 6. and .2. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.98 Correlation of feature G2-18:58:31 with
simulated M2 E1 data for varying values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.99 Correlation of feature G2-18:58:31 with
simulated M2 E3 data for varying values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.100 Correlation of feature G2-18:58:31 with simulated M2 F2 data for varying
values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.101 Correlation of feature G2-18:58:31 with simulated M1 E1 data for varying
values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.102 Correlation of feature G2-18:58:31 with simulated M1 E3 data for varying
values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.103 Correlation of feature G2-18:58:31 with simulated M1 F2 data for varying
values of D
_{aa}.

__Outbound Results__- Figure 6.104 Model 1 outbound field line tracings
- Figure 6.105 Model 2 outbound field line tracings
- Figure 6.106 A: Rate profile for feature 19:08:51 for the electrons as measured by the EPD instrument during the G2 encounter. B: The pitch (a) and phase (f) values of the particles as measured by the EPD detector.
- Figure 6.107 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-19:08:51 of Channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.108 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-19:08:51 of Channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.109 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-19:08:51 of Channel F2 normalized to 90º of pitch. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.110 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-19:08:51 of Channel F2 normalized to 90º of pitch. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.111 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-19:08:51 of channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are 5 and 1. B: The pitch (a) and phase (f) values of the particles as measured by the EPD detector.
- Figure 6.112 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-19:08:51 of channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are .6 and .2. B: The pitch (a) and phase (f) values of the particles as measured by the EPD detector.
- Figure 6.113 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:56:31 of channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are 5 and 1. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.114 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-19:08:51 of channel F2 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are .6 and .2. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.115 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-19:08:51 of channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are 5 and 1. B: The pitch (a) and phase (f) values of the particles as measured by the EPD detector.
- Figure 6.116 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-19:08:51 of channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are .6 and .2. B: The pitch (a) and phase (f) values of the particles as measured by the EPD detector.
- Figure 6.117 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:56:31 of channel F2 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are 5 and 1. B: The pitch (a) and phase (f) angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.118 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-18:56:31 of channel F2 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are .6 and .2. B: The pitch (a) and phase (f) angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.119 Correlation of
feature G2-19:08:51 with simulated M2 E1 data for varying
values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.120 Correlation of
feature G2-19:08:51 with simulated M2 E3 data for varying
values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.121 Correlation of
feature G2-19:08:51 with simulated M2 F2 data for varying
values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.122 Correlation of
feature G2-19:08:51 with simulated M1 E1 data for varying
values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.123 Correlation of
feature G2-19:08:51 with simulated M1 E3 data for varying
values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.124 Correlation of
feature G2-19:08:51 with simulated M1 F2 data for varying
values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.125 A: Rate profile for feature G2-19:10:51 for channel E3 model M1 compared to real data (Re). B: The pitch (a) and phase (f) values of the particles as measured by the EPD detector relative to the real R and simulated S field.
- Figure 6.126 A: Rate profile for feature G2-19:10:51 for channel E3 model M2 compared to real data (Re). B: The pitch (a) and phase (f) values of the particles as measured by the EPD detector relative to the real R and simulated S field.
- Figure 6.127 A: Rate profile for feature G2-19:10:51 for channel A4 model M1 compared to real data (Re). B: The pitch (a) and phase (f) values of the particles as measured by the EPD detector relative to the real R and simulated S field.
- Figure 6.128 A: Rate profile for feature G2-19:10:51 for channel A4 model M2 compared to real data (Re). B: The pitch (a) and phase (f) values of the particles as measured by the EPD detector relative to the real R and simulated S field.
- Figure 6.129 Collimator pitch and phase scatter plot for the sector pointed out in Figure 6.127 for M1 A4 G2-19:10:51 subenergy 400 keV. Not a single trajectory intersected the surface of Ganymede.
- Figure 6.130 A: Length of the radius vector from the center of Ganymede to the particle as a function of trace time in seconds for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 9 for model M1 channel A4. B: The Z component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 9 for model M1 channel A4.
- Figure 6.131 A: The X component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 9 for model M1 channel A4. B: The Y component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 9 for model M1 channel A4.
- Figure 6.132 A: Magnetic field at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 9 for model M1 channel A4. B: Magnetic moment at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 9 for model M1 channel A4.
- Figure 6.133 A: Velocity of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 9 for model M1 channel A4. B: Pitch angle of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 9 for model M1 channel A4.
- Figure 6.134 ZX projection of the trajectory for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 9 for model M1 channel A4.
- Figure 6.135 ZY projection of the trajectory for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 9 for model M1 channel A4.
- Figure 6.136 Collimator pitch and phase scatter plot for the sector pointed out in Figure 6.128 for M2 A4 G2-19:10:51 subenergy 400 keV.
- Figure 6.137 A: Length of the radius vector from the center of Ganymede to the particle as a function of trace time in seconds for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 10 for model M2 channel A4. B: The Z component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 10 for model M2 channel A4.
- Figure 6.138 A: The X component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 10 for model M2 channel A4. B: The Y component of the particle position in GSII coordinates for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 10 for model M2 channel A4.
- Figure 6.139 A: Magnetic field at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 10 for model M2 channel A4. B: Magnetic moment at the location of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 10 for model M2 channel A4.
- Figure 6.140 A: Velocity of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 10 for model M2 channel A4. B: Pitch angle of the particle as a function of trace time for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 10 for model M2 channel A4.
- Figure 6.141 ZX projection of the trajectory for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 10 for model M2 channel A4.
- Figure 6.142 ZY projection of the trajectory for subenergy 400 keV sublook direction 10 for model M2 channel A4.
- Figure 6.143 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-19:10:51 of Channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are .6 and .2. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.144 A: Simulated M1 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-19:10:51 of Channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are 5 and 1. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.145 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-19:10:51 of Channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are .6 and .2. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.146 A: Simulated M2 and real (Re) rate profile for feature G2-19:10:51 of Channel E3 normalized to 90º of pitch. The simulated runs are done in extended bounce mode with scattering included. Scattering coefficients are 5 and 1. B: The pitch and phase angles are computed from the look direction of the EPD detector and the appropriate magnetic field vector R for real and S for simulated.
- Figure 6.147 Correlation of feature G2-19:10:51 with simulated
M2-E1 data for varying values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.148 Correlation of feature G2-19:10:51 with simulated M2-E3 data for varying
values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.149 Correlation of feature G2-19:10:51 with simulated M2-F2 data for varying
values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.150 Correlation of feature G2-19:10:51 with simulated M1-E1 data for varying
values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.151 Correlation of feature G2-19:10:51 with simulated M1-E3
data for varying values of D
_{aa}. - Figure 6.152 Correlation of feature G2-19:10:51 with simulated M1-F2
data for varying values of D
_{aa}.

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