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An observed correlation between plume activity and tidal stresses on Enceladus
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It is reported that the plume’s horizontally integrated brightness is several times greater when Enceladus is near the point in its eccentric orbit where it is furthest from Saturn than it is when close to the point of closest approach to the planet. Expand
Titan solar occultation observed by Cassini/VIMS: Gas absorption and constraints on aerosol composition
Abstract A solar occultation by Titan's atmosphere has been observed through the solar port of the Cassini /VIMS instrument on January 15th, 2006. Transmission spectra acquired during solar egressExpand
The Population of Propellers in Saturn's A Ring
We present an extensive data set of ∼150 localized features from Cassini images of Saturn’s A ring, a third of which are demonstrated to be persistent by their appearance in multiple images, and halfExpand
SPECTRAL OBSERVATIONS OF THE ENCELADUS PLUME WITH CASSINI-VIMS
On 2005 November 27 (day 331), the Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer instrument onboard the Cassini spacecraft obtained high signal-to-noise, spatially resolved measurements of Enceladus’Expand
Moonlets and clumps in Saturn's F ring
Abstract Cassini UVIS star occultations by the F ring detect 13 events ranging from 27 m to 9 km in width. We interpret these structures as likely temporary aggregations of multiple smaller objects,Expand
Benchmark parameters for CMB polarization experiments
The recently detected polarization of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) holds the potential for revealing the physics of inflation and gravitationally mapping the large-scale structure of theExpand
Cassini imaging of Saturn's rings. II. A wavelet technique for analysis of density waves and other radial structure in the rings
We describe a powerful signal processing method, the continuous wavelet transform, and use it to analyze radial structure in Cassini ISS images of Saturn’s rings. Wavelet analysis locally separatesExpand
SELF-GRAVITY WAKE STRUCTURES IN SATURN'S A RING REVEALED BY CASSINI VIMS
During the summer of 2005, the Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer onboard the Cassini spacecraft observed a series of occultations of the star o Ceti (Mira) by Saturn's rings. TheseExpand
Constraints on clade ages from fossil outgroups
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If all Mesozoic eutherians are regarded as outgroups of Placentalia, then the last common ancestor of modern placental mammals and their Cenozoic allies lived between 65 and 88–98 million years ago, depending on the assumed cladogram and the number of outgroups included in the analysis. Expand
Origin and Evolution of Saturn's Ring System
The origin and long-term evolution of Saturn's rings is still an unsolved problem in modern planetary science. In this chapter we review the current state of our knowledge on this long-standingExpand
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