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Possible explanation of the planetary rings' behavior in the radio and millimeter-wave range via superdiamagnetic model
Author(s): Andrew Yury Pospelov; Vladimir A. Tchernyi; Sergey V. Girich
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Paper Abstract

Using our concept it is become possible to explain many phenomena which have not been adequately understood earlier including some results of 'Voyager' U.S. missions. The superdiamagnetic model is based on the assumption that the planetary rings consist of the superconducting particles. The huge number of superconducting particles in the planet's magnetic field demonstrated behavior comparable to superdiamagnetic liquid film. The superdiamagnetic concept of the planetary rings makes it possible to add classical theories, and to resolve as yet unsolved problems as will be shown below. The superdiamagnetic model of planetary rings suggests a new explanation of phenomena like radio and MMwave radiation, and reflection and absorption as demonstrated in Saturn's rings. Problems of planetary rings./Physical effect (distinctive parameter). (1) Phenomenon of anomalous inversion reflection of radiowaves (greater than 1 cm) with circular polarization./Expected effect at reflection of radiowaves (greater than 3 mm (with circular polarization from superconductors. (2) High reflection and low brightness of the ring particles in the radiofrequency range./Existence of critical frequency (approximately 1011 Hz), above which electromagnetic waves are absorbed and below which ones are fully reflected. (3) Own wide band pulse radiation of the Saturn's rings within the range 20.4 kHz - 40.2 MHz./Non- stationary Josephson effect: generation of electromagnetic waves by Josephson's contact (with frequency 4,83594 (DOT) 1014 Hz/V). (4) Frequency anomalies in the thermal radiation of the Saturn's rings in the spectrum range 100 micrometer - 1 cm./Existence of energetic slit (approximately 10-4eV) in energetic spectrum of superconductor electrons.

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Date Published: 31 July 1998
PDF: 5 pages
Proc. SPIE 3357, Advanced Technology MMW, Radio, and Terahertz Telescopes, (31 July 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.317400
Show Author Affiliations
Andrew Yury Pospelov, Volgograd State Technical Univ. (Russia)
Vladimir A. Tchernyi, Moscow State Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (United States)
Sergey V. Girich, Volgograd State Univ. (Russia)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3357:
Advanced Technology MMW, Radio, and Terahertz Telescopes
Thomas G. Phillips, Editor(s)

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