Titan's ionosphere: Model comparisons with Cassini Ta data

@inproceedings{Cravens2005TitansIM,
  title={Titan's ionosphere: Model comparisons with Cassini Ta data},
  author={Thomas E. E. Cravens and Ina Piket Robertson and John Desmond Clark and J-E. Wahlund and J. Herbert Waite and S Ledvina and Hasso B. Niemann and R Yelle and Wayne T. Kasprzak and Janet G. Luhmann and Ralph L. McNutt and W. H. Ip and Virginie De La Haye and I. C. F. Mueller-Wodarg and David T. Young and Andrew J Coates},
  year={2005}
}
[1] On October 26, 2004, during its first encounter with Titan (Ta), the Cassini Orbiter moved from the dayside to the nightside with a closest approach altitude of 1174 km. In situ measurements of the main part of Titan's ionosphere were made by the Langmuir probe on the Cassini Radio and Plasma Wave Experiment (RPWS), while the Ion and Neutral Mass Spectrometer (INMS) measured the main constituents of the neutral atmosphere. The results of model calculations of Titan's ionosphere for Ta… CONTINUE READING

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