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Cassini Ion and Neutral Mass Spectrometer: Enceladus Plume Composition and Structure
The Cassini spacecraft passed within 168.2 kilometers of the surface above the southern hemisphere at 19:55:22 universal time coordinated on 14 July 2005 during its closest approach to Enceladus.Expand
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The Major-Element Composition of Mercury’s Surface from MESSENGER X-ray Spectrometry
Geochemical data show that the major rock-forming components of Mercury are characterized by high sulfur content. X-ray fluorescence spectra obtained by the MESSENGER spacecraft orbiting MercuryExpand
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The Pluto system: Initial results from its exploration by New Horizons
New Horizons' views of Pluto The flyby of Pluto and its moon Charon by the New Horizons spacecraft generated news coverage around the world. Now Stern et al. report the first scientific results fromExpand
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The Global Magnetic Field of Mercury from MESSENGER Orbital Observations
Displacement of Mercury's magnetic dipole implies that the surface field has a north-south asymmetry. Magnetometer data acquired by the MESSENGER spacecraft in orbit about Mercury permit theExpand
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Ion Neutral Mass Spectrometer Results from the First Flyby of Titan
The Cassini Ion Neutral Mass Spectrometer (INMS) has obtained the first in situ composition measurements of the neutral densities of molecular nitrogen, methane, molecular hydrogen, argon, and a hostExpand
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Enceladus plume variability and the neutral gas densities in Saturn's magnetosphere
[1] Neutral particle dominance over charged particles in Saturn's magnetosphere was evident prior to Cassini's arrival at Saturn in 2004. The observation of active plumes emanating from the southExpand
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Liquid water on Enceladus from observations of ammonia and 40Ar in the plume
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The Structure of Mercury's Magnetic Field from MESSENGER's First Flyby
During its first flyby of Mercury, the MESSENGER spacecraft measured the planet's near-equatorial magnetic field. The field strength is consistent to within an estimated uncertainty of 10% with thatExpand
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MESSENGER Mission Overview
Abstract The MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment, GEochemistry, and Ranging (MESSENGER) spacecraft, launched on August 3, 2004, is nearing the halfway point on its voyage to become the first probe toExpand
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Models of Pluto‧s upper atmosphere
Best guesses as to the thermal structure and composition of Pluto's atmosphere have led to speculations of substantial loss rates ({approximately}10{sup 28} s{sup {minus}1}) of methane from theExpand
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