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Learn about The Voyager 1 - 2 Saturn Encounters in 1980 and 1981 in this educational video from dizzo95.
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Male Speaker: Voyager found the Saturn's are magnetic feel that's pioneer a 11 already toss is weaker that is its only about 120 of the strength of Jupiter's magnetic field, that means its magnetic filed doesn't extend this forming time the bottom million miles from the planet.
What Voyager discovered was how rapidly that magnetic field was rotating, the magnetic field the Jupiter rotates with t0he period just under 10 hours, like Saturn it turns out the magnetic field rotates with the period for about 10 hours and 40 minutes, so this was the first measure of the length of the day on Saturn. Turns out when we finally measure the magnetic field in the radio emissions that is tied to the magnetic field that the inside of Saturn is moving quite slowly but its moving more slowly than most of the storms in the atmosphere.
The difference in those speeds translates to 500 meters per second for the winds which is over 1000 miles now. And that made Saturn our alert wind the air planet then Jupiter. That was the big surprise for me, when we voyager got there. Voyager when approach the Saturn in such a way that it through pass tightens before it closes approach the Saturn. That trajectory then because of the tilt of the Satellight consist them around a Saturn cause this space craft to fly low initially and then get deflected as it make its closes approach 2 Saturn going through the real plain pop out of the plain of the eclipsed.