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Cassini’s 10 best pictures from its 13-year voyage around Saturn

On 15 September, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft will crash into Saturn, ending its mission with a bang. New Scientist looks back at 10 of its best images
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Receiving Cassini's 'last breath of data' from 1.5 billion kilometers away

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This Friday evening (15 September) at about 9:54pm AEST, CSIRO's team at the Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex will capture the final signals from NASA's Cassini spacecraft as it plunges into Saturn's atmosphere at over 111,...

Cassini to live-stream its final moments in Saturn’s atmosphere

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Before the Cassini spacecraft ends its 20-year mission by disintegrating in Saturn’s atmosphere, we have one last chance for new information on the gas giant

The Death of Cassini [Comic]

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For those who did not know, next Saturday, Cassini will dive into Saturn’s atmosphere and put an end to its 20 year mission. As it enters the planet’s atmosphere, the spacecraft will continue sending information back before finally ...

End is nigh for Nasa's Cassini as it heads for crash landing on Saturn

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Collaboration with European space agencies began in 1997 and has provided pictures of the moon, Titan, for scientists. Nasa’s Cassini mission to Saturn is entering its final week. On 15 September, it will dive towards the planet and...

Follow Cassini's last moments (15 September)

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Final track of the Cassini spacecraft before it impacts Saturns atmosphere (Source ESA)As I write, the Cassini spacecraft, which for 13 years has been sending back astounding images of Saturn, it's rings and Moons, is 1 hours and 22...

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