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Let's assume you have a suit that can protect you from re-entry, extreme winds that can tear a human up, and extreme pressures and temperatures (Saturn's upper atmosphere has the same pressure of Earth at sea level, imagine how strong the pressure is in the lower atmosphere). Obviously no such suit exists. For the first few moments of the fall, you would be ...


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As uhoh and Russell Borogove alluded to already, if I add a rotation rate for Saturn since Epoch J2000 for each of the moons, it matches the NASA simulation almost perfectly. Not sure why I need to do this, but it works. So when calculating the MEAN LONGITUDE for the moon, I add the following longitude rate from Saturn: MEAN LONGITUDE = MEAN LONGITUDE - (...


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