In the Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 86, 8721-8727 Lindal et al. state that coherently related S(2.3 GHz) and X band (8.4 GHz) signals transmitted from Voyager 1 and 2 were used to probe the jovian atmosphere during occultations of the spacecraft by Jupiter.
The atmosphere of Saturn - an analysis of the Voyager radio occultation measurements Lindal, G. F., Sweetnam, D. N.and Eshleman, V. R., Astronomical Journal (ISSN 0004-6256), vol. 90, June 1985, p. 1136-1146.
Instrument Description - See Space Science Reviews 21 (1977-Issue 2) 207-232.
A hand digitized version
of the Voyager 1 Jupiter egress temperature-pressure profile is available
Eshleman, V. R., G. L. Tyler, J. D. Anderson, G. Fjeldbo, G. S. Levy, G. E. Wood, and T. A. Croft, Radio science investigations with Voyager, Space Sci. Rev., 21, 207-232, 1977.
Eshleman, V. R., G. L. Tyler, G. E. Wood, G. F. Lindal, J. D. Anderson, G. S. Levy, and T. A. Croft, Radio science with Voyager 1 at Jupiter: Preliminary profiles of the atmosphere and ionosphere, Science, 204, 976-978, 1979a.
Source: Lindal, G.F., Wood, G.E., Levy, G.S., Anderson, J.D., Sweetnam, D.N., Hotz, H.B., Buckles, B.J., Holmes, D.P., Doms, P.E., Eshleman, V.R., Tyler, G.L., Croft, T.A., 1981, The Atmosphere of Jupiter: An analysis of the Voyager radio occultation measurements, Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, 86, 8721-8727.
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