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Cassini radio science investigations will be conducted both during the cruise (gravitational wave and conjunction experiments) and the Saturian tour of the mission (atmospheric and ionospheric occultations, ring occultations, determinations of masses and gravity fields). New technologies in the cons... Full description

Journal Title: Space science reviews 2004, Vol.115 (1-4), p.1-70
Main Author: Kliorei, A J
Other Authors: Anderson, J D , Armstrong, J W , Asmar, S W , Hamilton, C L , Rappaport, N J , Wahlquist, H D , Ambrosini, R , Flasar, F M , French, R G
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  • Hamilton, C L
  • Rappaport, N J
  • Wahlquist, H D
  • Ambrosini, R
  • Flasar, F M
  • French, R G
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  • Cassini mission
  • Dynamic range
  • Gravitational fields
  • Grounds
  • Occultation
  • Radio
  • Spacecraft
  • X-band
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description: Cassini radio science investigations will be conducted both during the cruise (gravitational wave and conjunction experiments) and the Saturian tour of the mission (atmospheric and ionospheric occultations, ring occultations, determinations of masses and gravity fields). New technologies in the construction of the instrument, which consists of a portion on-board the spacecraft and another portion on the ground, including the use of the Ka-band signal in addition to that of the S- and X-bands, open opportunities for important discoveries in each of the above scientific areas, due to increased accuracy, resolution, sensitivity, and dynamic range.
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