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The surface of Saturn's largest satellite--Titan--is largely obscured by an optically thick atmospheric haze, and so its nature has been the subject of considerable speculation and discussion. The Huygens probe entered Titan's atmosphere on 14 January 2005 and descended to the surface using a parachute system. Here we report measurements made just above and(More)
Copyright and Moral Rights for the articles on this site are retained by the individual authors and/or other copyright owners. For more information on Open Research Online's data policy on reuse of materials please consult the policies page. Abstract 46 The Huygens probe landed on the then unknown surface of Titan in January 2005. A 47 small, protruding(More)
force reduction due to nanotube meandering. This structure provides a volume per strut of D´L 2 sin(120°) and a calculated density of r calc = W L /[D´L sin(120°)], where W L is the strut weight per unit length and Dís the sum of the covalent diameter of the nanotube and the 0.34-nm van der Waals diameter of carbon (8). By equating calculated sheet(More)
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