What Did Cassini See During Its Historic Mission To Saturn.
Cassini-Huygens: Imaging Science Subsystem Radar Mapper: 6604x3746x3: PIA23174: First Global Geologic Map of Titan Full Resolution: TIFF (8.721 MB) JPEG (2.02 MB) 2019-10-02: Enceladus: Cassini-Huygens: 6300x6725x3: PIA23173.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft captured the color images of Earth and the moon from its perch in the Saturn system nearly 900 million miles (1.5 billion kilometers) away. MESSENGER, the first probe to orbit Mercury, took a black-and-white image from a distance of 61 million miles (98 million kilometers) as part of a campaign to search for natural satellites of the planet. In this rare image taken.
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Despite the end of the NASA Cassini spacecraft mission, the massive amount of data collected will mean that a series of groundbreaking Saturn discoveries will continue to emerge in the coming years. Linda Spilker is the NASA Cassini spacecraft project scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). Spilker said: “Things never will be quite the same for those of us on the Cassini team now.
Cassini News Cassini finally enters Saturn's Atmosphere. On the 15th September, 2017, Cassini crashed into Saturn's Atmosphere at 70,000 miles per hour and was destroyed. The spacecraft, launched in 1997, has survived 20 years of space travel and discovered a huge amount about the Saturnian system.
News, images and videos from the Cassini mission, which explored Saturn and its moons from 2004 to 2017.
On October 15, 1997, the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft was launched by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. After a seven-year journey, it entered Saturn’s orbit on July 1, 2004 Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), or June 30 at 8:36 p.m. MDT. Cassini completed its initial four-year mission in June 2008 and the first extended mission, called the Cassini.