The Many Moons of Saturn

NASA's Cassini probe flies by a Saturn moon.

Setting Your Sights on Saturn

Setting Your Sights on Saturn
Setting Your Sights on Saturn
Setting Your Sights on Saturn
Setting Your Sights on Saturn
Setting Your Sights on Saturn
Setting Your Sights on Saturn
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"Finally, here are the views that we've waited years for," said Dr. Carolyn Porco in a NASA press release. Porco is the Cassini imaging team leader at the Space Science Institute in Boulder, Colo. These new photos are revolutionary for scientists. Porco said: "Sailing high above Saturn and seeing the rings spread out beneath us like a giant, copper medallion is like exploring an alien world we've never seen before. It just doesn't look like the same place. It's so utterly breathtaking, it almost gives you vertigo." (NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute)
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