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Solar system radio emissions studies with the largest low-frequency radio telescopes

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We describe the trends and tasks in the field of lowfrequency studies of radio emission from the Solar system's objects. The world's largest decameter radio telescopes UTR-2 and URAN have a unique combination of sensitivity and time/frequency resolution parameters, providing the capability of the most detailed studies of various types of solar and planetary emissions.
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insu-03577344 , version 1 (17-02-2022)

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V. Zakharenko, A. Konovalenko, G. Litvinenko, V. Kolyadin, P. Zarka, et al.. Solar system radio emissions studies with the largest low-frequency radio telescopes. European Planetary Science Congress 2014, Sep 2014, Cascais, Portugal. pp.2581-2650. ⟨insu-03577344⟩
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