The following descriptions are of our Radio-Jupiter programs, available
on The Radio-Sky CDROM I.
Radio-Jupiter 1.1 for Windows
You can greatly increase the likelihood of successfully monitoring Jupiter's
decametric noise storms by listening in at the times of greatest probability.
Radio-Jupiter is a prediction tool which calculates those times
based upon known correlations in Jupiter's rotation, Io's orbit, and your
position on the Earth. In the windows environment you can leave Radio-Jupiter
running in the background and receive audible alerts when a storm is in
progress. You get altitude and azimuth tracking information for your antenna.
A quick look graphical display lets you see a day's Jupiter activity at
a glance. This new Windows version has some very nice features like playing
examples of storms through your sound card and monthly reports generation.
Windows 3.1 or Win95.
Radio-Jupiter 2.0 for DOS
No windows??? The DOS version is still available. Comprehensive on line
help screens and mouse support make using this program a snap. The DOS
version actually does a couple of things that the Windows version presently
does not do. You can graph the Jovicentric declination of the Earth over
a period of years. You can also run a schematicized simulation of the emission
modes and see how they play together over time. No sound, alert, or monthly
reports are available though. M.S. DOS 3.5" format.
Click here to see the type of info you get with Radio-Jupiter
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