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Brown Robert H., Baines Kevin H., Bellucci Giancarlo, Bibring Jean-Pierre, Buratti B. J., Capaccioni Fabrizio, Cerroni Priscilla, Clark Roger N., Coradini Angioletta, Cruikshank Dale P., Drossart Pierre, Formisano Vittorio, Jaumann Ralf, Langevin Yves, Matson Dennis L., McCord Thomas B., Mennella Vito, Miller E., Nelson Robert M., Nicholson Philip D., Sicardy Bruno, Sotin Christophe

The Cassini Visual And Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (Vims) Investigation

Space Science Reviews, 2004, vol. 115, pp. 111-168

Référence DOI : 10.1007/s11214-004-1453-x
Référence ADS : 2004SSRv..115..111B

Résumé :

The Cassini visual and infrared mapping spectrometer (VIMS) investigation is a multidisciplinary study of the Saturnian system. Visual and near-infrared imaging spectroscopy and high-speed spectrophotometry are the observational techniques. The scope of the investigation includes the rings, the surfaces of the icy satellites and Titan, and the atmospheres of Saturn and Titan. In this paper, we will elucidate the major scientific and measurement goals of the investigation, the major characteristics of the Cassini VIMS instrument, the instrument calibration, and operation, and the results of the recent Cassini flybys of Venus and the Earth Moon system.

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