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Equatorial volume emissivity distributions of Jupiter’s synchrotron emission at the wavelengths of L band (left-hand cartography) and P band (right-hand cartography) for two observation periods. The north magnetic pole is indicated by the dark dot and the planet rotation with the arrow. The coordinate system is the SIII longitude. Tomographic images show evidence of changes in the equatorial distribution between the observations carried out in December 1988 and obtained during the Cassini flyby of Jupiter in January 2001.

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