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Cassini sends back stunning last pictures of Saturn to Nasa, before destroying itself on its surface

Independent Friday, 15 September 2017 ()
'What a way to go. Truly a blaze of glory'
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News video: Cassini probe is set for its Saturn plunge after Titan 'Goodbye Kiss'

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WASHINGTON — NASA's Cassini spacecraft is now on course for its last mission that will see it dive and disintegrate into Saturn's atmosphere on Friday. Cassini has been traveling around Saturn and its moons for 13 years, but it is finally running out of fuel, so NASA wants the probe disposed of...

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