This data set contains the calibrated Saturn tour data collected by the Low Energy Magnetospheric Measurements (LEMMS) sensor of the MIMI instrument aboard the Cassini spacecraft for the Cassini mission.

Citation Vandegriff J., Kusterer M.B., Mafi J., CO-S-MIMI-4-LEMMS-CALIB-V1.0, CASSINI S MIMI LEMMS SENSOR CALIBRATED DATA V1.0, NASA Planetary Data System, 2018.
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.17189/1519608
Data Set Abstract The Cassini Magnetospheric Imaging Instrument (MIMI) Low Energy Magnetospheric Measurements (LEMMS) measures ions and electrons in the energy range 0.03 to 18 MeV for ions and 0.015 to 0.884 MeV for electrons. The LEMMS calibrated data set includes two types of daily plots -- one presenting energy-time spectorgrams in units of intensity, and one with plots of particle pressures. There are also four types of averaged data -- minute and hourly averages for accumulator rate data and PHA data (ions and electrons). These data have been created at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory by applying the calibrations and averaging. Averaging is done by first defining time periods, and then averaging all data points within those fixed intervals. The time reported is the midpoint time of the interval.
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    Additional Information
    Mission Information CASSINI-HUYGENS
    Data Set Information CO-S-MIMI-4-LEMMS-CALIB-V1.0
    Instrument Host Information CO
    Instrument Information MIMI
    Target Information SATURN