Fine-Scale Irregular Structure in Saturn's Rings

Evgeny Griv, Michael Gedalin, Edward Livertz, Chi Yuan

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In view of the possibility of employing Cassini’s experiments
for the diagnosis of Saturn’s rings, a semi-review is given of recent studies of
morphology and dynamics of low and moderately high optical depth regions of
Saturn’s rings with special emphasis on its fine-scale radial structure (irregular
cylindric structures of the order of 100 m or so). We predict that forthcoming
(2004) Cassini spacecraft high-resolution images of Saturn’s rings may reveal
this kind of radial structure.
Original languageEnglish GB
Title of host publicationOrder and Chaos in Stellar and Planetary Systems
Number of pages1
StatePublished - 2004

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