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Cassini's Last Look At Titan Is Breathtaking And Bittersweet

The end is nigh for NASA's Cassini spacecraft, the intrepid probe that's been studying the Saturn system for the last 13 years. On Friday, September 15, Cassini will plunge itself into Saturn's atmosphere with its antenna pointed toward Earth, becoming part of the place it's called home all these years. More »      
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