MOP 2011 Presentations – Session 5: Aurora
49 Gerard, Jean-Claude M. C. Aurora: Global Features
50 Clarke, John T. The Response to the Solar Wind of the Jovian and Saturnian Auroras
51 Hess, Sebastien Aurora - Micro Processes
52 Zarka, Philippe Saturation of Cyclotron Maser Instability in Jupiter’s Radiosources?
53 Kopf, Andy A statistical study of kilometric radiation fine structure striations observed at Jupiter and Saturn
54 Bonfond, Bertrand Inside the Jupiter Main Auroral Emissions: Flares, Spots, Arc…and Satellite Footprints?
55 Badman, Sarah Cassini VIMS Observations of Saturn’s Infrared Aurora
56 Dyudina, Ulyana Saturn’s North and South aurora observed by Cassini camera in visible wavelengths
57 Melin, Henrik Simultaneous infrared and ultraviolet observations of Saturn’s aurora using Cassini VIMS and UVIS
58 Grodent, Denis Grapes from Saturn: focus on Saturn’s main ring of emission with Cassini-‐UVIS
59 Krupp, Norbert Open-Closed Field Line BoundaryCharacterization of Saturn’s Magnetosphere Using Cassini MIMI-‐LEMMS Data And Auroral Observations From HST And Cassini-‐UVIS
60 Ozak, Nataly Auroral X-ray Emission at the Outer Planets
61 Vogt, Marissa F. Mapping Jupiter’s auroral features to magnetospheric sources: Comparing results from three different models for Jupiter’s ionospheric magnetic field
62 Higgins, Chuck Jupiter’s Radio Rotation Period: A 50‐year Average