The spacecraft passed the point of perisaturnium over the pole of Saturn at the distance of its equatorial radius from the center of the planet, after which it flew through the Encke gap (radius 1.34 * 10 ^ 5 km) in the rings. Determine the aposaturnia distance of this ship. Will the device remain an artificial satellite of Saturn? Solve the problem also for an apparatus flying through the Huygens slit (radius 1.17 * 10 ^ 5 km).
1) When passing through the Encke gap, the device will fly away and will not become a satellite of Saturn, therefore there will be no aposaturnium point. 2) When flying through the Huygens gap, the device will become a satellite of Saturn, R = 1.96 * 10 ^ 6 km.
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