A New Look at the Saturn System: The Voyager 2 Images

@article{Smith1982ANL,
  title={A New Look at the Saturn System: The Voyager 2 Images},
  author={B. Smith and L. Soderblom and R. Batson and P. Bridges and J. Inge and H. Masursky and E. Shoemaker and R. Beebe and J. Boyce and G. Briggs and A. Bunker and S. Collins and C. Hansen and T. Johnson and J. Mitchell and R. Terrile and A. Cook and J. Cuzzi and J. Pollack and G. Danielson and A. Ingersoll and M. Davies and G. Hunt and D. Morrison and T. Owen and C. Sagan and J. Veverka and R. Strom and V. Suomi},
  journal={Science},
  year={1982},
  volume={215},
  pages={504 - 537}
}
Voyager 2 photography has complemented that of Voyager I in revealing many additional characteristics of Saturn and its satellites and rings. Saturn's atmosphere contains persistent oval cloud features reminiscent of features on Jupiter. Smaller irregular features track out a pattern of zonal winds that is symmetric about Saturn's equator and appears to extend to great depth. Winds are predominantly eastward and reach 500 meters per second at the equator. Titan has several haze layers with… Expand

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