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Table A.3

Comparison with previous studies regarding source locations and resonant electron energy.

Reference Type of events (number) Source locationa (°) Energy (keV)
This work Io-A (5) 160–170 2–6
Io-B (5) 177–192 3–7
Io-C (12) 273–328 2–9
Io-D (48) 50–122 7–16
non-Io-A (3) 161–186 15–22
non-Io-C (5) 251–339 5–13
non-Io-D (1) 25–35 8–14

Lamy et al. (2022b)b Io-A (2) 172–182 (1) 5–13
Io-B(3) 2–6
Io-C(2) 5–13
Io-D(4) 4–16

Martos et al. (2020)c Io-A (1) 177–180 10–15
Io-B (1) 180–192 1.6–4.4
Io-C (1) 295 11

Imai et al. (2017b) A source (2) 163–183 0.5–11

a The projected source location in SIII longitude.

b One Io-A emission is represented by the main UV spot, and other events represented by Io’s longitude are not listed here.

c The Io-D case in this paper is dubious and not listed here. We note that it has a more reasonable result in Lamy et al. (2022b).

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