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CU Boulder scientists ready for Cassini mission to Saturn grand finale

(University of Colorado at Boulder) University of Colorado Boulder scientists are readying for the Cassini spacecraft to make one last dive into Saturn's atmosphere early Friday morning, which has been one of NASA's most successful planetary missions ever.
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