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Occurrence probability of Io–Jupiter and Ganymede–Jupiter emissions vs. CML, phase (Φ), and longitude (Λ). Panel a: occurrence probability of Io–Jupiter emissions only, vs. CML and ΦIo, with regions of enhanced occurrence identified by white boxes and labels (as in Fig. 1a). The profile integrated over all CML (resp. all ΦIo) is displayed on the right side (resp. top) of the colour panel. Panel b: as in panel a for Ganymede–Jupiter emissions only, vs. CML and ΦGa, with regions of enhanced occurrence identified by white boxes and labels (as in Fig. 1b). Panel c: integrated occurrence probability of all Io–Jupiter emissions vs. Io’s jovicentric longitude (ΛIo = CML+180° −ΦIo). Components A to D from panel a are identified by colours, and their sum is the black line. Panel d: integrated occurrence probability of all Ganymede–Jupiter emissions vs. Ganymede’s jovicentric longitude (ΛGa = CML+180° −ΦGa). Components A to D from panel b are identified by colours, and their sum is the black line.

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