The stripchart below was captured at the new Jupiter Observatory at Windward Community College on the Island of Oahu in Hawaii on July 28, 2000. The receiver is one of Dick Flagg's Jove Receivers attached to the standard in-phase version of the dual dipole Jove antenna. Primary beam pattern is to the zenith. The frequency is approximately 20.1 Mhz.
The stripchart was actually taken in real time on a computer in Louisville, KY USA using the Radio-SkyPipe remote stripcharting software via internet connection. Below is an image superimposing this stripchart on a spectragraph taken at the Culgoora Radio Observatory in Austrailia. The images are time-aligned and it is easy to see the correspondence in major (and some minor) aspects of the burst.
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