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Cassini/RPWS/HFR LESIA/Kronos Data Collection Description (V1.9)

Tuesday 31 May 2022, by Baptiste Cecconi

This document describes the Cassini/RPWS/HFR LESIA/Kronos Data Collection.

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Cassini/RPWS/HFR LESIA/Kronos Data Collection Description


The Cassini/RPWS/HFR data has been produced by B. Cecconi, L. Lamy & P. Zarka, from the Observatoire de Paris/LESIA Cassini-RPWS team, with the support of CNRS and CNES.


Any question or request should be addressed to contact.maser@obspm.fr


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