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NASA's Cassini spacecraft's to soon crash into Saturn, marking end of mission

The Age Thursday, 14 September 2017 ()
The course has been set. The end is in sight. There's no turning back now.
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News video: NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft Slated To Put A Fiery End To its Mission

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NASA’s Cassini spacecraft set off for Saturn roughly two decades ago and has spent the last 13 years exploring the ringed planet and some of its many moons. On Friday, it is slated to put an end to both its mission and itself. NASA’s Cassini spacecraft set off for Saturn roughly two decades...

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