Saturn's Exploration Beyond Cassini-Huygens

@article{Guillot2009SaturnsEB,
  title={Saturn's Exploration Beyond Cassini-Huygens},
  author={T. Guillot and S. Atreya and S. Charnoz and M. Dougherty and P. Read},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2009},
  pages={745-761}
}
For its beautiful rings, active atmosphere and mysterious magnetic field, Saturn is a fascinating planet. It also holds some of the keys to understanding the formation of our Solar System and the evolution of giant planets in general. While the exploration by the Cassini-Huygens mission has led to great advances in our understanding of the planet and its moons, it has left us with puzzling questions: What is the bulk composition of the planet? Does it have a helium core? Is it enriched in noble… Expand
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