This illustration imagines the view from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft during one of its final dives between Saturn and its innermost rings, as part of the
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Data from NASA’s Cassini may explain Saturn’s atmospheric mystery. New mapping of the giant planet’s upper atmosphere reveals likely reason why it’s so hot.
The Cassini spacecraft impacted the upper atmosphere of Saturn on September 15, after a 13 year long exploration of the Saturnian System.
Cassini today will reach the last stage of its Grand Finale when it enters Saturn’s atmosphere.
Cassini send us impressive images from its one and only dive through Saturn’s rings.
After over a decade spent studying Saturn, its rings and moons, Cassini’s life is coming to an end…
The final chapter in a remarkable mission of exploration and discovery, Cassini’s Grand Finale is in many ways like a brand new mission.
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft spies a mysterious object confounding scientists, named ‘Peggy’, at edge of Saturn’s rings. NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute
On September 17, 2011, the Cassini orbiter snapped a photograph of Saturn and four of its moons – Dione (located above the rings), Titan (looming
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft successfully completed its second-closest encounter with Saturn’s icy moon Helene on June 18, 2011, beaming down raw images of the small moon.