2006
DOI: 10.1029/2004je002379
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Abstract: [1] We model the interior of Rhea on the basis of observational constraints and the results from geodynamical models available in the literature. Ten main types of models are defined, depending on the presence or absence of a high-pressure ice layer (ice II), and the extent of separation of the rock component from the volatiles. The degree-two gravity coefficients are computed for each of these models in order to assess which properties of the interior are likely to be inferred from Cassini radio science meas…

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