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    Cassini end of mission commentary

    Published on Sep 15, 2017

    On Sept. 15, NASA's Cassini spacecraft completed its remarkable story of exploration with an intentional plunge into Saturn's atmosphere, ending its mission after nearly 20 years in space. Live commentary of Cassini’s end of mission activities was shown on NASA TV and the agency’s website. Launched in 1997, Cassini arrived in orbit around Saturn in 2004 on a mission to study the giant planet, its rings, moons and magnetosphere

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    Goodbye Cassini

    Published on Sep 15, 2017

    NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft Ends Its Historic Exploration of Saturn

    A thrilling epoch in the exploration of our solar system came to a close today, as NASA's Cassini spacecraft made a fateful plunge into the atmosphere of Saturn, ending its 13-year tour of the ringed planet.

    Cassini's plunge brings to a close a series of 22 weekly "Grand Finale" dives between Saturn and its rings, a feat never before attempted by any spacecraft.

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    Cassini’s last images from Saturn

    Published on Sep 15, 2017

    The last images taken by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft from Saturn: Enceladus setting behind Saturn, Last look at Titan, Saturn’s rings, Saturn’s northern hemisphere, Saturn’s outer A ring and the small moon Daphnis, Saturn’s A ring (all taken on 13 September 2017), Impact Site: Cassini's Final Image and Impact Site: Infrared Image (14 September 2017, spacecraft time).

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    NASA Mission Control Live: Cassini’s Finale at Saturn (360 video)

    Streamed live Sep 17, 2017

    LIVE COVERAGE AT 4 a.m. PT (7 a.m. ET, 1100 UTC): Go behind the scenes in a 360-degree view inside mission control to see as we await the FINAL signal and science data until the very last moment from our Cassini spacecraft. After nearly 20 years in space, NASA's Cassini mission to Saturn is at the end of its remarkable journey of exploration.

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    Cassini's Death Dive into Saturn

    Published on Sep 15, 2017

    NASA's Cassini mission is over, with the spacecraft vaporizing and becoming one with Saturn. What's next for solar system missions?
    Kim breaks it down!

    "Contact has been lost with the Cassini spacecraft after it completed a "death dive" into the upper atmosphere of Saturn and transmitted its final signal, according to NASA."*

    NerdAlert is a talk and discussion show for the well-rounded nerd, bringing you tech news, gaming, geek culture and more EVERY DAY of the week with host Kim Horcher and friends. Proudly part of the TYT Network.

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