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Latitudinal variability in Jupiter's tropospheric disequilibrium species: GeH4, AsH3 and PH3

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Jupiter's tropospheric composition is studied using high resolution spatially-resolved 5-mm observation from the CRIRES instrument at the Very Large Telescope. The high resolving power (R=96,000) allows us to spectrally resolve the line shapes of individual molecular species in Jupiter's troposphere and, by aligning the slit north-south along Jupiter's central meridian, we are able to search for any latitudinal variability. Despite the high spectral resolution, we find that there are signific...

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Peer reviewed
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10.1016/j.icarus.2016.10.023

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Oxford, MPLS, Physics, Physics - Central
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Giles, R
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Fletcher, L
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Elsevier Publisher's website
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Icarus Journal website
Volume:
289
Pages:
254-269
Publication date:
2016-11-05
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2016-10-27
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0019-1035
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pubs:656754
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uri:3fbcc39d-6b42-4283-baab-58303383d218
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uuid:3fbcc39d-6b42-4283-baab-58303383d218
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