Cassini plasma spectrometer investigation

David T. Young*, Bruce L. Barraclough, J. J. Berthelier, M. Blanc, J. L. Burch, Andrew J. Coates, Raymond M. Goldstein, Manuel Grande, Tom W. Hill, J. M. Illiano, M. A. Johnson, R. E. Johnson, R. A. Baragiola, V. Kelha

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Cassini/Huygens is a joint project of NASA and the European Space Agency designed to explore the Saturnian system in depth during its four-year mission. Cassini, the orbiter spacecraft, will carry twelve hardware investigations while Huygens, the Titan atmospheric probe, will carry an additional six. The Cassini Plasma Spectrometer (CAPS), one of 12 orbiter investigations, includes 3 plasma sensors designed to cover the broadest possible range of plasma energy, composition, and temporal variation. It is conservatively estimated that CAPS will provide a factor of ten or more improvement in measurement capabilities over those of the Voyager spacecraft at Saturn.

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TeitlProceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering
GolygyddionLinda Horn
Tudalennau118-128
Nifer y tudalennau11
StatwsCyhoeddwyd - 1996
DigwyddiadCassini/Huygens: A Mission to the Saturnian Systems - Denver, CO, USA
Hyd: 05 Awst 199606 Awst 1996

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EnwProceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering
Cyfrol2803

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CynhadleddCassini/Huygens: A Mission to the Saturnian Systems
DinasDenver, CO, USA
Cyfnod05 Awst 199606 Awst 1996

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