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Cassini Gets Kiss Goodbye, Careens Toward Its Death

  • Wed, 13 Sep 2017 17:15
After a 20-year voyage, NASA's Cassini spacecraft is poised to dive into Saturn this week to become forever one with the exquisite planet. There's no turning back: Friday it careens through the atmosphere and burns up like a meteor in the sky over Saturn. The only spacecraft ever to orbit... Science from Newser

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