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G. R. Davis (U Saskatchewan), D. A. Naylor, B. Gom (U Lethbridge), M. J. Griffin (QMW), S. D. Sidher, B. M. Swinyard (RAL), M. J. Burgdorf (ESA), P.G.J. Irwin (U Oxford), G. S. Orton (JPL), Th. Encrenaz, D. Gautier, E. Lellouch (Meudon), Th. de Graauw (SRON), H. Feuchtgruber (MPE), T. A. Clark (U Calgary)
We have measured the spectrum of Jupiter from 45 to 197\mum using the Long Wavelength Spectrometer on ISO, and in the atmospheric windows at 350\mum, 750\mum, 850\mum and 1.1mm using a Fourier transform spectrometer on the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope. Absorption signatures of tropospheric NH3, PH3, CH4 and HD and emission features due to stratospheric H2O have all been detected. Tropospheric H2S is also a possible absorber at these wavelengths. Analysis of the spectra will be presented.