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Dust grains fall from Saturn's D-ring into its equatorial upper atmosphere.

Mitchell DG, Perry ME, Hamilton DC, Westlake JH, Kollmann P, Smith HT, Carbary JF, Waite JH Jr, Perryman R, Hsu HW, Wahlund JE, Morooka MW, Hadid LZ, Persoon AM, Kurth WS.

Science. 2018 Oct 5;362(6410). pii: eaat2236. doi: 10.1126/science.aat2236.

PMID:
30287633
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In situ measurements of Saturn's ionosphere show that it is dynamic and interacts with the rings.

Wahlund JE, Morooka MW, Hadid LZ, Persoon AM, Farrell WM, Gurnett DA, Hospodarsky G, Kurth WS, Ye SY, Andrews DJ, Edberg NJT, Eriksson AI, Vigren E.

Science. 2018 Jan 5;359(6371):66-68. doi: 10.1126/science.aao4134. Epub 2017 Dec 11.

PMID:
29229651
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Dust observations at orbital altitudes surrounding Mars.

Andersson L, Weber TD, Malaspina D, Crary F, Ergun RE, Delory GT, Fowler CM, Morooka MW, McEnulty T, Eriksson AI, Andrews DJ, Horanyi M, Collette A, Yelle R, Jakosky BM.

Science. 2015 Nov 6;350(6261):aad0398. doi: 10.1126/science.aad0398.

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Cassini measurements of cold plasma in the ionosphere of Titan.

Wahlund JE, Boström R, Gustafsson G, Gurnett DA, Kurth WS, Pedersen A, Averkamp TF, Hospodarsky GB, Persoon AM, Canu P, Neubauer FM, Dougherty MK, Eriksson AI, Morooka MW, Gill R, André M, Eliasson L, Müller-Wodarg I.

Science. 2005 May 13;308(5724):986-9.

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