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Saturn Observations

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Voyager 2 photopolarimeter occultation trace of the F ring. This is a psuedo image produced on the assumption that all of the structure seen in the occultation trace corresponds to rings rather than individual moonlets. Image resolution is 1 km.

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Below is a compilation of recent Saturn observations made by various observatories and individuals around the world. Additional observations and images will be placed here as they become available. If you would like to contribute to this page, then contact Ron Baalke, ron@jpl.nasa.gov.

Spacecraft

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Observatories

blue_dot.gif Apache Point Observatory, New Mexico
blue_dot.gif Catalina Observatory, Arizona
blue_dot.gif European Southern Observatory, Chile
blue_dot.gif Kitt Peak Observatory, Arizona
blue_dot.gif Lick Observatory
blue_dot.gif McDonald Observatory, Texas
blue_dot.gif Phillips Laboratory, Hawaii
blue_dot.gif Pic du Midi, France
blue_dot.gif Texas A&M Observatory, Texas
blue_dot.gif University of Hawaii
blue_dot.gif William Herschel Telescope, La Palma

Individuals

blue_dot.gif Benton, Julius
blue_dot.gif Collin, Thomas
blue_dot.gif Fischer, Daniel
blue_dot.gif James, Nick
blue_dot.gif Neill, Ralphe
blue_dot.gif Rodriquez, Gonzalez and Francisco
blue_dot.gif Will, Matt


saturn_home.gif Saturn Ring Plane Crossing Home Page

Please direct questions and comments about this Home Page to
Ron Baalke
ron@jpl.nasa.gov

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