These breathtaking images of Saturn were taken by Cassini as it crashed into the planet
Friday, 15 September 2017 These are the closest-ever images of Saturn.
They were taken by NASA's Cassini spacecraft just days before it crashed into Saturn. The results are spectacular. Shortly after Cassini took its final image, it flew into Saturn's atmosphere where it burned up and disintegrated.
Cassini is now a part of Saturn. A fitting end for...
NASA's Cassini spacecraft is done with it's mission after sending its final signal Friday morning. The spacecraft completed a "death dive," striking Saturn. Cassini's last bits of data — an infrared image of the place into which it took its final plunge — were sent to the Deep Space Network's...
The Cassini mission’s findings have revolutionized our understanding of Saturn, its complex rings, the amazing assortment of moons and the planet’s dynamic magnetic environment. Icy jets.. Source: Rumble -
On Sept. 15, NASA held a news conference from the agency’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, in Pasadena, California, following the final mission activities of the agency’s Cassini mission to.. Source: Rumble -