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RPWI_In_situ_normal_Radar_mode_3
RPWI In-situ_normal + Radio_mode_3
The RPWI In-situ_normal + Radio_mode_3 mode: - Makes continuous In-situ_normal mode measurement. In addtion to in-situ_slows modes, In-situ_normal mode adds short durations snapshots if electric and magnetic fields at higher frequencies (LF – 763 smpl/s, MF - 50 ksmpl/s and HF - 312 ksmpl/s - Radio mode TBD
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Ganymede: - [Radio Radio_mode_3]: Best performed between 20-100deg orbital phase angle from sub Jupiter point on the Jupiter moons in conjunction with Jupiter bursts and <600km orbit/flyby height. - [in_situ Normal]: 15.6 hours/day Continuous in extended GCO500/GCO200 orbit Europa: - [Radio Radio_mode_3]: as per Ganymede (TBC) - [in_situ Normal]: from around -8 h to -1.25h and +1.25h mn to +8h from CA Callisto - As per Europa (TBC)
any rule that is used to schedule the observation: repetition rules, continuous (plasma instruments), one-off, every orbit, every day, etc
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conditions that make the observation not possible (e.g. thruster firing)
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