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Title: Rubidium Ultra-Stable Oscillators at Titan: The Huygens Doppler Wind Experiment
Authors: Bird, M. K.
Allison, M.
Atkinson, D. H.
Asmar, S. W.
Dutta-Roy, R.
Edenhofer, P.
Folkner, W. M.
Heyl, M.
Iess, L.
Plettemeier, D.
Preston, R. A.
Tyler, G. L.
Wohlmuth, R.
Issue Date: Sep-1997
Citation: Clocks in Space
Pasadena, California, USA
Abstract: The Doppler Wind Experiment (DWE) is one of six investigations to be performed during the Titan atmospheric descent of the ESA Huygens Probe. The primary scientific objective is to measure the direction and strength of Titan's Zonal winds with an acuracy better than 1 m s-1.
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