Extrasolar Planets in the Radio
The most favorable contrast between light from Jupiter and light from the sun is in the radio, not the mid-infrared! Here is some information about searching for extrasolar planets in radio emission.

Animated Image of Jupiter in the Radio

Animation from Imke De Pater's home page
More information on this VLA data from The Sydney Regional Scientific Visualisation Laboratory.
Websites about Radio Exoplanet Searches
Green Bank Telescope
Nancay Decameter Array
VLA and UTR-2 (in French)
Arecibo (SERENDIP)
Papers and Presentations on Radio Exoplanet Searches
Bastian, T. S., Dulk, G. A. & Leblanc, Y. 2000, ApJ, 545, 1058 ADS

De Pater, I. Presentation about Solar System Studies with LOFAR PDF

Dulk, G. A., Leblanc, Y., & Bastian, T. S. 1997, ``Search for Cyclotron-maser Radio Emission from Extrasolar Planets,''BAAS, DPS meeting 29, 28.03

Farrell, W. M., Desch, M. D. & Zarka, P. 1999, JGR, Vol 104, E6, 14025 ADS

Zarka, P., Treumann, R.A., Ryabov, B.P., Ryabov, V.B., 2000, 'Magnetically driven planetary radio emissions and application to extrasolar planets' ps

Background Reading
Goldreich, P. and Lynden-Bell, D. 1969, Astrophys. J., 155, 59, "Io, a Jovian unipolar inductor" ADS

Wu, C.S & Lee, L.C. 1979, ApJ, 230, 621 "A theory of the Terrestrial Kilometric Radiation" ADS

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