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  • Kiss Cassini goodbye: A look at Saturn through spacecraft's eyes

    NASA's Cassini spacecraft faces one last perilous adventure around Saturn. Cassini will shoot the gap between Saturn and its rings, making its first pass through the narrow gap Wednesday, April 26, 2017. Twenty-two crossings are planned, about one a week, until September, when Cassini goes in and never comes out, vaporizing in Saturn's atmosphere. Here's a view of what the craft, launched in 1997, and reaching Saturn in 2004, has shown us.

NASA's Cassini spacecraft faces one last perilous adventure around Saturn. Cassini will shoot the gap between Saturn and its rings, making its first pass through the narrow gap Wednesday, April 26, 2017. Twenty-two crossings are planned, about one a week, until September, when Cassini goes in and never comes out, vaporizing in Saturn's atmosphere. Here's a view of what the craft, launched in 1997, and reaching Saturn in 2004, has shown us. Video produced by David Caraccio photos and video courtesy of NASA
NASA's Cassini spacecraft faces one last perilous adventure around Saturn. Cassini will shoot the gap between Saturn and its rings, making its first pass through the narrow gap Wednesday, April 26, 2017. Twenty-two crossings are planned, about one a week, until September, when Cassini goes in and never comes out, vaporizing in Saturn's atmosphere. Here's a view of what the craft, launched in 1997, and reaching Saturn in 2004, has shown us. Video produced by David Caraccio photos and video courtesy of NASA

Probe dives past Saturn’s rings. Here are the photos.

April 27, 2017 11:04 AM

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