Thu
Sep 14 2017
08:08 am

The space craft will be sent to a fiery doom in the atmosphere of Saturn. Left alone it could crash into one of Saturn's moons and possibly contaminate their potentially life bearing surfaces and oceans. The last images will take 86 minutes to beam back to Earth and will take a couple of days to process. Cassini has sent back spectacular images and priceless scientific data about Saturn, the most fascinating planet in our solar system.

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Here is the free e book of Cassini images from NASA: (link...)

Trailer for "In Saturn's Rings"

As chance and hard work would have it, Mrs. Creek's cousin's son will be at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory filming for a large format movie to be release May 4 2018. Here's the trailer for Steve Van Vuuren's film:

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Worth a look!

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