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It's amazing what three organizations can accomplish when they work together to achieve their goals. Sept. 15 marked the end of NASA's Cassini Mission, a satellite sent to study Saturn's rings and moons which gathered data that will be studied for.....»»

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After Cassini"s End at Saturn, Outer Planets Exploration Shifts to Jupiter

NASA and the European Space Agency may soon launch new missions to the solar system’s largest planet -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com.....»»

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Incredible Images of Saturn From NASA"s Cassini Probe

Images of the dramatic rings and some of Saturn's moons were sent back to Earth before Cassini went dark. The Cassini mission, undertaken as a joint effort by NASA, European Space Agency, and the Italian Space Agency, concluded with dramatic i.....»»

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Cassini"s End Marks New Beginning for Exploration of Saturn

NASA is now considering multiple proposals for a return to the ringed planet -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com.....»»

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NASA’s Cassini captured an unexplained Saturn ‘glitch’ before its fateful dive

NASA's Cassini spacecraft completed its incredibly successful extended mission last week, punctuated by a fiery death at the hands of Saturn's upper atmosphere. But just before the orbiter bid farewell it captured an image of an area of Saturn's ring.....»»

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After Math: Planet smashers

It was a bittersweet week for the folks at Pasadena's Jet Propulsion Lab. One one hand, their $3.4 billion Saturn orbiter plunged to its mechanical demise in the suffocating atmosphere of the planet it spent 13 years studying. On the o.....»»

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Recommended Reading: Why Cassini had to be destroyed

Analysis: Why Nasa's Cassini Probe Had to Be Destroyed Fedor Kossakovski, PBS By now, you've likely read a bit about NASA's Cassini probe plunging into Saturn to end its tour of duty this week. You've also probably won.....»»

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RIP, Cassini: 25 spellbinding Saturn images from NASA’s self-sacrificing probe

After logging more than 4.9 billion miles in space over nearly 20 years, the Cassini missions is finally coming to a bittersweet end. With this in mind, here are the 25 best Cassini images of Saturn, its rings, and many moons. The post RIP, Cassini:.....»»

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Cassini’s Tango With Titan Paving Way For Europa Clipper

Science is not the only legacy from Cassini’s 13-year exploration of Saturn. read more.....»»

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NASA"s Cassini spacecraft plunged into Saturn, ending 20-year journey

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has spent the last 13 years orbiting Saturn, arguably one of the most fascinating planets in our solar system (and even more so thanks to Cassini’s discoveries)......»»

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Cassini probe has fiery goodbye after more than a decade of exploring Saturn

The Cassini space probe has a spectacular end at Saturn, Google targets autoplay videos, and those times movies got the future just right. The post Cassini probe has fiery goodbye after more than a decade of exploring Saturn appeared first on Digital.....»»

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Cassini crashes into Saturn ending its 20 year mission

Cassini crashes into Saturn ending its 20 year mission.....»»

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Cassini Sails Into Saturn, Ending 13-Year Expedition

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft soared into Saturn’s atmosphere on Sept. 15, relaying a final round of science measurements before breaking apart and ending a 13-year exploration. read more.....»»

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Mission accomplished: Cassini ends 20-year journey

The Saturn probe Cassini has disintegrated in the planet's atmosphere, bringing its 20-year mission to the ringed planet to an end......»»

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This Is Where Cassini Died And Its Legend Was Born

An ode to the incredible engineering of NASA’s largest deep space vessel. This is where Cassini plunged into Saturn’s atmosphere in a blaze of glory. After 19 years and 335 days in space—most of it spent spinning around the Sat.....»»

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Cassini at Saturn: A Retrospective

A historic exploration of the ringed planet, unprecedented in magnitude and spectacle, comes to an end -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com.....»»

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Cassini"s Grand Finale

The Cassini spacecraft has spent the last two decades exploring Saturn and its unique moons, making discoveries that will advance space exploration for years to come. Scientific American editors Lee... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com.....»»

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Well, NASA’s Cassini is dead

If you woke up this morning feeling a little down for a Friday, that might be because the entire scientific and space watching community is mourning the demise of NASA's incredible Cassini Saturn orbiter. The spacecraft slammed headlong into Saturn'.....»»

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Cassini takes a final plunge into Saturn, ending its 20-year mission

After spending nearly 20 years in space and more than 13 years orbiting Saturn, NASA‘s Cassini mission came to an end this morning. The Cassini orbiter took its final plunge into Saturn this morning, officially bringing an end to the successful.....»»

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NASA will livestream Cassini’s final moments tomorrow

NASA‘s existing Saturn mission is nearing its end after 13 long years, and everyone will be able to watch the spacecraft’s final moments. The space agency detailed the mission’s end yesterday, explaining that on September 15 (that&#.....»»

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