• Cassini Edges Closer to Titan Ahead of Fiery Demise

    5 monthes ago - By PCMag

    NASA's Cassini spacecraft will celebrate Earth Day by making its closest fly-by of Saturn's moon Titan before starting its months-long final journey to crash into the faraway planet.
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  • Last adventure ahead for NASA's Cassini spacecraft at Saturn

    5 monthes ago - By Phys.org

    NASA's Cassini spacecraft faces one last perilous adventure around Saturn.
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  • Cosmic Speck: See Earth Through Saturn's Rings in Amazing Cassini Photo

    5 monthes ago - By Space

    The Cassini spacecraft spotted Earth as a bright speck between Saturn's broad rings as the craft prepares for its final dive into the ringed planet's atmosphere.
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  • This is what Earth looks like from Saturn - CNET

    5 monthes ago - By CNET

    NASA's Cassini spacecraft takes a moment to look back at Earth and capture the view from afar.
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  • NASA's Cassini spacecraft is about to plunge between Saturn and its rings - before spiraling into the planet

    NASA's Cassini spacecraft is about to plunge between Saturn and its rings - before spiraling into the planet

    5 monthes ago - By The Verge

    For the last 13 years, a NASA spacecraft the size of a school bus has been whirling around Saturn, collecting data and snapping mesmerizing images of the ringed planet and its icy moons. That vehicle is Cassini, and its exploration of Saturn has led to some of the biggest discoveries ever made about the worlds in our Solar System. But as accomplished as this spacecraft is, it's time for its life to end: this weekend, Cassini will change course and embark on a new path around Saturn - one that will eventually lead to the probe's destruction.
    Cassini's demise is an important part of NASA's...
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