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Radio cyclotron emission from extra-solar planets

  • Alexis Smith (a1), Andrew Cameron (a1), Jane Greaves (a1), Moira Jardine (a1), Glen Langston (a2) and Donald Backer (a3)...

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We present results from an attempt to detect radio emission from the interaction between a transiting extra-solar planet and its host star. We determine a new upper limit of 47 mJy on the radio flux density from HD 189733b, in the frequency range 327–347 MHz.

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