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Australian scientists listen for ‘last breath of data’ as Cassini spacecraft hurtles towards Saturn

SBS Friday, 15 September 2017
One of the world's most ambitious space missions will come to an end at around 10pm (AEST) tonight, when NASA's 'Cassini' plunges into the ringed planet.
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News video: Cassini Spacecraft's 13-year Saturn Mission In Flames?

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U.S. space agency NASA’s Cassini spacecraft will end its groundbreaking 13-year mission to Saturn on Friday with a meteor-like plunge into the ringed planet’s atmosphere, transmitting data until the final fiery moment.

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