GALILEO
Investigation of the Magnetosphere of Ganymede with Galileo's Energetic Particle Detector
Ph.D. dissertation by Shawn M. Stone, University of Kansas,
1999.
Copyright 1999 by Shawn M. Stone. Used with permission.
List of Figures (Part 2, Chapter 6)
- 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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Manufacturer: The Galileo Spacecraft
was manufactured by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory,
Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm, General Electric, and the
Hughes Aircraft Company.
Mission Duration: Galileo was planned to have a mission duration of around 8 years, but was kept in operation for 13 years, 11 months, and 3 days, until it was destroyed in a controlled impact with Jupiter on September 21, 2003.
Destination: Galileo's destination was Jupiter and its moons, which it orbitted for 7 years, 9 months, and 13 days.
Mission Duration: Galileo was planned to have a mission duration of around 8 years, but was kept in operation for 13 years, 11 months, and 3 days, until it was destroyed in a controlled impact with Jupiter on September 21, 2003.
Destination: Galileo's destination was Jupiter and its moons, which it orbitted for 7 years, 9 months, and 13 days.