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Detection of rapid orbital expansion of Saturn’s moon Titan

Gomez Casajus, Luis and Lainey, Valéry and Fuller, Jim and Zannoni, Marco and Tortora, Paolo and Cooper, Nicholas and Murray, Carl and Modenini, Dario and Robert, Vincent and Zhang, Qingfeng (2019) Detection of rapid orbital expansion of Saturn’s moon Titan. In: EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2019. EPSC Abstracts. No.13. Copernicus GmbH , pp. 1-2.

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The Saturn satellite system is a complex dynamical system with several gravitational interactions happening between the satellites, the rings and the central body, such as resonances, librations and tides. These intricate dynamics carry information on the formation and evolution of the Saturn and Solar systems.

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Fuller, Jim0000-0002-4544-0750
Robert, Vincent0000-0002-4517-5213
Additional Information:© Author(s) 2019. CC Attribution 4.0 license. V.L.’s research was carried out at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, under a contract with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. This work has been supported by the ENCELADE team of the International Space Science Institute (ISSI). Support for this work was provided by the Italian Space Agency (LGC, MZ, PT, and DM) through the Agreement 2017-10-H.O in the context of the NASA/ESA/ASI Cassini/Huygens mission. JF’s research is funded in part by a Rose Hills Innovator Grant. N.C. and C.M. were supported by the UK Science and Technology Facilities Council (Grant No. ST/M001202/1) and are grateful to them for financial assistance. N.C. thanks the Scientific Council of the Paris Observatory for funding. Q.Z.’s research was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 11873026).
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National Natural Science Foundation of China11873026
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