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Cassini News

Cassini sends back video of monster storm at Saturn's north pole

Imagine a storm with a jetstream 20,000 miles wide with sustained winds of 200 miles per hour. NASA spacecraft Cassini recently captured footage of this monster storm churning at Saturn's north pole.
In the Media by Craig Boehman - 2 comments

Massive Saturn storm reveals water in planet's atmosphere

Saturn may be defying science's classification of the planet as a gas giant. A storm in 2010 and 2011 revealed for the first time that water exists on Saturn.
In the Media by Michael Thomas - 2 comments

NASA releases photo of thousands waving at Cassini spacecraft

NASA released an incredible collage of 1,400 images of people waving at the spacecraft Cassini as it pointed its camera at Earth.
In the Media by David Silverberg - 1 comment

NASA releases Earth photo taken from Saturn's orbit

London - The Blue Marble becomes a tiny dot in the immensity of the vast space when seen from Saturn's orbit at a distance of 1,440 kilometers.
In the Media by Eduardo Arrufat - 1 comment

See Saturn's rings like you've never seen them before

Though NASA's Cassini-Huygens spacecraft landed on Saturn's moons in 2005, the general public can soon see hundreds of thousands of images the spacecraft took in an upcoming film.
In the Media by Michael Thomas - 2 comments

‘Nile river’ spotted by Cassini on Saturn moon Titan

NASA scientists report that the Cassini mission has sighted a remarkable likeness to Egypt’s river Nile on Saturn’s large moon Titan. The river valley runs more than 200 miles (about 320 kilometres) from its source to what appears to be a large sea.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 1 comment

NASA's Cassini discovers liquid water on Saturn's moon Titan

The journal "Science" reported on June 28, 2012, that NASA's Cassini spacecraft has discovered layers of liquid water under the ice shell of Saturn's moon Titan.
In the Media by Nancy Houser - 1 comment

Amazing video of Saturn created from old NASA photos

A video was created from images of the Saturn and Jupiter systems taken by NASA's Voyager and Cassini spacecrafts. Sander van den Berg used the images to create a two minute montage of spectacular images.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus

Spacecraft passes Saturn moon low enough to 'taste' the vapour

NASA's Cassini spacecraft's latest flyby of Enceladus, in orbit of Saturn, was its lowest pass yet of the moon's gushing south poles. New data is being analyzed, adding to the idea that this moon may even be capable of harbouring life.
In the Media by David Brydon - 1 comment

NASA captures new images of Saturn's moon Rhea

NASA displayed new raw, unedited images of Saturn's moon Rhea, captured by the Cassini spacecraft on a close-approach of 42,000 kilometers (26,000 miles), a relatively distant pass suitable for geologic mapping.

NASA's Cassini spacecraft flies over Saturn's moons

Pasadena - NASA says its Cassini spacecraft will soon be making its closest pass over Saturn's moon Dione, and observing the atmosphere of Titan, the largest Saturnian moon. Cassini's closest approach to Dione would be about 61 miles above the surface.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus

Aurora on Saturn unlike anything seen before

Cassini has discovered that Saturn has a giant aurora at its pole, based on different physics to others on Jupiter and Earth. Speculation is doing more than science at this point, but once again the universe has come up with a puzzle.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 1 comment

NASA Extends Cassini-Huygens Mission

NASA has extended the hugely successful Cassini-Huygens mission to Saturn another two years and sixty orbits. The mission, originally due to end Jul. 2008, has already run for over a decade.
In the Media by Tim Neale

Cassini Spots Ocean Beneath the Surface of Titan

In a paper appearing in the Mar. 21 issue of [i]Science[/i], Cassini scientists speculate there may be a layer of liquid water and ammonia some 100 kilometers (62 miles) below the surface of Titan.
In the Media by Tim Neale - 4 comments

Cassini Images Bizarre Hexagon on Saturn

Bizarre hexagonal feature seen in Saturn, seems to be fixed at the Norther pole of Saturn for more then two decades.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 3 comments

New Photos Of Saturn Shock Scientists

NASA spacecraft Cassini takes photos showing angles never seen before.
In the Media by malan - 1 comment
 

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A screenshot from the trailer for In Saturn s Rings
In Saturn's Rings movie
A screenshot from the trailer for In Saturn's Rings
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Artist s impression Cassini during the Saturn Orbit Insertion
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Artist's impression Cassini during the Saturn Orbit Insertion
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Viewed at 261 000 miles (419 000 kilometers) from Saturn  the vortex of a massive polar hurricane ar...
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Viewed at 261,000 miles (419,000 kilometers) from Saturn, the vortex of a massive polar hurricane around Saturn's north pole.
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From more than 40 countries and 30 U.S. states  people around the world shared more than 1 400 image...
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From more than 40 countries and 30 U.S. states, people around the world shared more than 1,400 images of themselves as part of the Wave at Saturn event organized by NASA's Cassini mission.
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Artist s conception of the Cassini spacecraft orbiting Saturn.
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Artist's conception of the Cassini spacecraft orbiting Saturn.
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This raw  unprocessed image of Saturn was taken on November 27  2012 and received on Earth November ...
NASA / JPL-Caltech / Space Science Institute
This raw, unprocessed image of Saturn was taken on November 27, 2012 and received on Earth November 27, 2012. The camera was pointing toward Saturn at approximately 400048 kilometers away, and the image was taken using the P0 and CB2 filters. The image has not been validated or calibrated. A validated/calibrated image will be archived with the Planetary Data System in 2013
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