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How Cassini quietly transformed our understanding of the solar system

Mashable Wednesday, 13 September 2017
For the past 13 years, a bus-sized spacecraft named Cassini has quietly transformed our understanding of the solar system

The Cassini mission — a $3.62 billion joint venture between NASA and the European Space Agency — has been exploring Saturn and its many moons since it arrived at the ringed planet in 2004. The...
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News video: Cassini Gets 'Goodbye Kiss' Before Final Saturn Mission

Cassini Gets 'Goodbye Kiss' Before Final Saturn Mission 01:07

Cassini made its final flyby of Titan, a moon it's visiting almost every month for over a decade.

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