Saturn Atmospheric Entry Probe
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Saturn Atmospheric Entry Probe is a flyby carrier-relay spacecraft (CRSC) which would deliver a single probe into Saturn.
- Determine the noble gas abundances and isotopic ratios of H, C, N, and O (and Ar) in Saturn’s atmosphere
- Determine the atmospheric structure at the probe descent locations.
- "Saturn Entry probe". Retrieved 2 August 2013.
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