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  Information - US9/PS1.5 Titan - Huygens - Cassini: First Results (co-listed in ST)

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The Cassini-Huygens mission to Saturn and Titan has already returned a wealth of new data revealing a more complex and dynamic system that Voyager and Pioneer suggested. Cassini-Huygens went into orbit around Saturn on 30 June 2004. Complementary Earth-based observations were obtained during the Saturn approach phase and the early in-orbit phase. The Huygens mission returned stunning data from Titan in mid-January 2005. Coordinated ground based observations of Titan conducted around the entry are expected to provide data set complementary to that returned by Huygens. This session will include invited talks and a number of contributed papers by each of the Cassini-Huygens instrument teams and related Ground-based and Earth-based observers. The session will be coordinated with related sessions.

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