## The Remote Sensing of Saturn's Rings: I: The Magnetic Alinement of the Ring Particles |

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0pro angle angular momentum angular velocity approximately assume assumption average dust particle average mass axes of spheroids Boltzmann constant component constant coordinate system cos2 d(cos Davis and Greenstein degree of alinement diffusion coefficients dust and/or gas dust particle velocity elliptical integral ferromagnetic Figure Fully alined Gas/Dust Collisions Goldstein ref Greenstein ref i-axis implications internal temperature interplanetary medium Jones and Spitzer magnetic effects magnetic susceptibility magnetic torques micrometeoroid multidomain NASA nearly spherical particles nearly spherical spheroids neous Fokker-Planck equation number density nutate Oblate spheroids optical properties orders of magnitude orientation paramagnetic relaxation particles at equilibrium Performing Organization planet Prolate spheroids radial distance Radiation braking RELAXATION METHOD remote sensing Ring Particle Alinement ring plane Saturn's rings Saturnian magnetic field sec/rad SENSING OF SATURN'S shortest body axis sin2 small ring particles solution spheroidal ring particle spin axes spin-spin interactions Spitzer ref symmetry semi-axis ticles transverse semi-axis vicinity of Saturn water ice