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Cassini/Huygens Mission To Saturn: Results And Prospects
Highlights of Astronomy
The Cassini spacecraft was launched in October, 1997. Since then it has been on an interplanetary trajectory aimed toward Saturn and arriving there on July 1, 2004. En route, Cassini has flown by Venus, the Earth, and Jupiter. Each of these events yielded new scientific results, (e.g., 11 papers in J. Geophys. Res. 106, 30099-30279.) The Cassini flyby of Jupiter, with Galileo already in Jovian orbit, enabled the first-ever simultaneous measurements by two spacecraft at an outer planet. Thisdoi:10.1017/s1539299600017494 fatcat:nn6vxlncjnfapbglx7f5e66n2e