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These are the last close-up photos of Saturn we may see in decades

Business Insider Friday, 15 September 2017 ()
These are the last close-up photos of Saturn we may see in decadesWith just hours left before its meteoric doom in the clouds of Saturn, NASA's Cassini probe on Thursday sent its final batch of photos to planet Earth.

Cassini is scheduled to die Friday around 6:22 a.m. EDT, though news of its destruction will take about 1 hour and 23 minutes to reach NASA. (The planet is 930 million miles...
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News video: NASA Is Now Receiving The Last Photos Ever Taken By The Cassini Probe At Saturn

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NASA is destroying its Cassini spacecraft at Saturn on Friday. Earth is now receiving the probe's final batch of photos, which will be uploaded to NASA's servers by early Friday morning. The data will include pictures of Saturn, its rings, large icy moons, and the exact spot Cassini will dive into....

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