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Cassini MIMI AGU Abstracts


Co-authored by Fundamental Technologies Personnel:



N. Krupp, E. Roussos, T. P. Armstrong, C. Paranicas, D. Mitchell, S. M. Krimigis, G. H. Jones, K. Dialynas, N. Sergis, and D. Hamilton, Discovery of a Transient Radiation Belt at Saturn, Fall AGU Meeting, 2008.




K. Ogasawara, S. Livi, D. G. Mitchell, and T. P. Armstrong, Properties of High-Energy Electrons at Dawnside Magnetosheath: Cassini Observations During the Earth Swing-by 1999, Fall AGU Meeting, 2008.




T. P. Armstrong, J. Manweiler, N. Krupp, A. Lagg, S. Krimigis, S. Livi, D. Mitchell, E. Roelof, C. Paranicas, and D. Hamilton, Observation of the Spectrum and Angular Distribution of Trapped Protons in Saturn' s Inner Magnetosphere: Implications for Sources, Transport, and Loss, Fall AGU Meeting, December 2005, EOS Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P43A-0951.




E. Roussos, N. Krupp, G. H. Jones, A. Lagg, J. Woch, C. Paranicas, D. G. Mitchell, S. M. Krimigis, M. K. Dougherty, W. H Ip, and T. P. Armstrong, Electron Microsignatures from the Saturnian Satellites: Cassini MIMI/LEMMS Observations, Fall AGU Meeting, December 2005, EOS Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P43A-0955.




N. Krupp, A. Lagg, J. Woch, G. H. Jones, E. Roussos, S. M. Krimigis, S. Livi, D. G. Mitchell, E. C. Roelof, C. Paranicas, D. C. Hamilton, T. P. Armstrong, and M. K. Dougherty, Global Structure and Dynamics of the Kronian Magnetosphere: Cassini Results, Fall AGU Meeting, December 2005, EOS Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P43A-0949.




Krupp, N., S. Livi, S. M. Krimigis, T. P. Armstrong, A. Lagg, D. G. Mitchell, I. Dandouras, and D. C. Hamilton, First Results of the Energetic Particle Detector MIMI/LEMMS Onboard the Cassini Spacecraft during Earth Flyby, Fall AGU Meeting, Dec. 1999. Abstract SM32B-08.




Livi, S., S. M. Krimigis, T. P. Armstrong, D. G. Mitchell, I. Dandouras, N. Krupp, A. Lagg, H. Sommer, S. Jaskulek, and D. C. Hamilton, The Low Energy Magnetospheric Measurement System (LEMMS) Onboard the Cassini Spacecraft,Fall AGU Meeting, Dec. 1999. Abstract SM32B-09.





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Updated 8/8/19, Cameron Crane


Manufacturer: The Cassini spacecraft was manufactured by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and the Huygens Probe was manufactured by Thales Alenia Space.

Mission Duration: The Cassini-Huygens mission launched on October 15 1997, and ended on September 15 2017.

Destination: Cassini's destination was Saturn and its moons. The destination of the Huygens Probe's was Saturn's moon Titan.

Orbit: Cassini orbited Saturn for 13 years before diving between its rings and colliding with the planet on September 15th, 2017.