nonthermal decimetric emission
nonthermal decimetric emission[′nän‚thər·məl ‚des·ə′me·trik i′mish·ən]
A radio-wave emission above the 4-centimeter wavelength from the planet Jupiter that has a nearly constant flux between 5-centimeter and 1-meter wavelength. Also known as DIM.
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