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NASA's Cassini spacecraft just crashed into Saturn — here are the 5 biggest discoveries from the historic mission

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NASA's Cassini spacecraft just crashed into Saturn — here are the 5 biggest discoveries from the historic missionNASA's Cassini spacecraft plunged into Saturn's atmosphere on September 15, marking an end to its mission to study the ringed planet and its many, mysterious moons. The spacecraft spent 13 years orbiting Saturn and its moons. During that time, Cassini uncovered many mysteries about the neighborhood. Here are the five biggest...
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News video: Nasa’s Cassini Spacecraft To Dive Into Saturn’s Atmosphere, End 2-Decade Mission

Nasa’s Cassini Spacecraft To Dive Into Saturn’s Atmosphere, End 2-Decade Mission 02:33

NASA's two-decade long mission to Saturn is coming to a fiery end. Hours from now, the Cassini spacecraft will make a final dramatic dive into the ringed planet's atmosphere. Chris Martinez explains why scientists call it a groundbreaking mission. (2:34) WCCO This Morning – Sept. 14, 2017

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