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What to expect during Cassini's final hours

A timeline of what to expect from the great mission during its final hours.
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Cassini Timeline: NASA Mission to Saturn Ahead of Grand Finale Death Dive

Technology : News Week: Technology and Science

The Cassini spacecraft launched on October 15, 1997, and has since become one of NASA's longest running missions.

And then there was one

Academics / Astronomy : Planetary Society Weblog

The end of the Cassini mission is a harbinger for a looming gap in outer planets exploration missions.

NASA's Stunning Video of Cassini Mission's Flybys of Saturn --"Preping for Final Dives between Planet and its Rings to Study Never Seen Before Phenomena"

Academics / Astronomy : The Daily Galaxy

NASA's Cassini mission stared at Saturn for nearly 44 hours in April 2016, capturing four Saturn days in a time-lapse video and the footage is nothing short of stunning. From April 25 to April 26, 2016 the spacecraft stayed in...

A guide to Cassini's remaining orbits

Academics / Astronomy : Planetary Society Weblog

Sadly, the Cassini mission ends soon. We're halfway through the "Grand Finale" orbits. Only eleven and a half orbits remain until Cassini meets its fate on September 15. Here's a look at the great mission's final science orbits.

Slingshot around Titan is the beginning of the end for Cassini

Academics / Astronomy : New Scientist: Space

The Cassini spacecraft is passing by Titan on its final nosedive into Saturn. Plenty has been revealed about Saturn’s largest moon on Cassini’s 20-year mission

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