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Saturn ruled this scientist's life for 40 years — here's why she's begging NASA to go back after Cassini's death

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Saturn ruled this scientist's life for 40 years — here's why she's begging NASA to go back after Cassini's death· *Linda Spilker began researching Saturn at NASA's Jet Propulsion laboratory four decades ago.*
· *She worked on the Voyager mission and was on the Cassini mission to Saturn, which recently ended, from start to finish.*
· *Because there's a chance alien life may exist at Saturn's moon Enceladus, Spilker has proposed a NASA...
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News video: Cassini crashes into Saturn ending its 20 year mission

Cassini crashes into Saturn ending its 20 year mission 01:39

NASA's Cassini spacecraft took its final plunge into the atmosphere of Saturn this morning. The spacecraft sent its last signal back to Earth at approximately 5:00 a.m. PT, marking the end of a 20-year journey, logging over a billion miles.

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