Gan De: Science Objectives and Mission Scenarios For China’s Mission to the Jupiter System

@inproceedings{Blanc2020GanDS,
  title={Gan De: Science Objectives and Mission Scenarios For China’s Mission to the Jupiter System},
  author={Michel Blanc and Chi Wang and Lei Li and Mingtao Li and Linghua Wang and Yuming Wang and Yuxian Wang and Qiugang Zong and Nicolas Andr{\'e} and Olivier Mousis and Daniel Hestroffer and Pierre Vernazza},
  year={2020}
}
A-How did the Jupiter System form? Answers can be found in the most primitive objects of the system: Callisto seems to have been only partly differentiated; its bulk composition, interior and surface terrains keep records of its early eons; the 77 or so irregular satellites, wandering far out beyond the region occupied by the Galilean satellites, are unique and precious remnants of the populations of planetesimals which orbited the outer Solar System at the time of Jupiter’s formation. 
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