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Cassini’s One-Way Descent Into Saturn to Be Broadcast Live - What do you think will be the last thing it sees?

For us Earth-bound humans, NASA wants to take you to Cassini's final moments via live broadcast, which will show the little probe's "grand finale," so to speak.
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