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Aerojet Rocketdyne propulsion guides Cassini to its Grand Finale at Saturn

aerojet rocketdyne propulsion guides cassini to its grand finale at saturn
Sacramento CA (SPX) Sep 19, 2017 Aerojet Rocketdyne played a vital role in the planned plunge of NASA's Cassini spacecraft into Saturn. As the spacecraft entered the atmosphere, Aerojet Rocketdyne's..
Space Daily

Canberra records Cassini's last signal as 13-year Saturn mission ends

NASA's Cassini spacecraft plunged into Saturn on Friday, ending its groundbreaking 13-year Saturn mission.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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News video: NASA says goodbye to Cassini probe, which improved our understanding of Saturn

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A journey that spanned two decades and nearly 5 billion miles came to a fiery ending on Friday. NASA's Cassini space probe, which sent back thousands of images of Saturn, slammed into the ringed..
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News video: NASA's Cassini spacecraft to face fiery end

NASA's Cassini spacecraft to face fiery end 01:02

The Cassini spacecraft is set to end its 13-year mission to Saturn by transmitting data until it plunges into the ringed planet's atmosphere. Jillian Kitchener reports.
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News video: NASA's Cassini Mission Meets Fiery End After 20-Year Mission

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The spacecraft burned up in Saturn's atmosphere.
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News video: Cassini Satellite Ends 13-Year Mission With Fiery Entry Into Saturn's Atmosphere

Cassini Satellite Ends 13-Year Mission With Fiery Entry Into Saturn's Atmosphere 01:34

Jackie Ward reports on NASA's Cassini satellite burning up in Saturn's orbit, ending 13 years of exploration (9-15-2017)
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News video: See Cassini's most stunning images of Saturn

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NASA's Cassini spacecraft gave us the best views of Saturn mankind has ever seen.
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Australian scientists listen for ‘last breath of data’ as Cassini spacecraft hurtles towards Saturn

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.
SBS

Milestones of Cassini's mission to Saturn

NASA's Cassini spacecraft is ending its nearly 20-year mission with a fatal plunge into Saturn's atmosphere
SBS

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

The course has been set. The end is in sight. There's no turning back now.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

SBS World News Radio Sept 14

Senator Nick Xenophon defending his decision to support the government's proposed media reforms; A Sydney school recognised for its innovative program to help refugee students thrive; NASA's Cassini..
SBS

Cassini's 20-year mission exploring Saturn

NASA's Cassini spacecraft completes its 20-year mission exploring Saturn on Friday, when it will send final images before plunging into the planet's atmosphere.
SBS

World to see Saturn via Canberra satellite

NASA's Cassini spacecraft will send its final images of Saturn to Canberra's space centre on Friday, ending its 20-year mission before meeting its end.
SBS

Cassini phones home after dive between Saturn and rings

NASA's Cassini spacecraft has made a historic descent through a gap between Saturn and its rings, NASA says.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Cassini begins first Saturn dive

NASA's Cassini spacecraft is about to launch into the first-ever dive between Saturn and its rings.
SBS

Cassini spacecraft films strange six-sided storm spinning over Saturn's north

NASA's Cassini spacecraft sent back more jaw-dropping photos of Saturn this week.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Latest target in search for aliens

latest target in search for aliens
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft will make a fly-by of Saturn’s moon Enceladu, searching for signs of life in its oceans.
Courier Mail


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