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Voyager 1 leads pack of world's most distant spacecraft
NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft leads the pack of the world's most distant spacecraft
NASA's Cassini Spacecraft Begins 'Ring-Grazing' Orbits Around Saturn Before Death Plunge
NASA's Cassini spacecraft is beginning a series of "ring-grazing" orbits today to study Saturn's rings and moons before it makes a final death plunge into the planet's atmosphere next year. Cassini is using the gravitational pull from Saturn's largest moon, Titan, to begin the tilted orbits Between
Hubble Mars Photo Shows the Red Planet in Stunning Detail
As Mars makes a close approach to Earth this month, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope took the opportunity to snap a new portrait of the Red Planet in all of its glory.
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Saturn Cassini Probe Begins Final Year of Exploration Before Fiery Plunge Into Atmosphere
NASA's Cassini space probe is preparing for its swan song before its programmed crash into Saturn next year. Launched in 1997, the Cassini mission arrived in the Saturn system in 2004 where it has been working ever since to study the gas giant and its dozens of moons. The probe's mission is
Saturn's Moon Titan Glows Gorgeous Green in New Photo
Saturn's largest moon Titan glows a gorgeous green through the haze in a new composite photo released by NASA . The infrared view was captured when the Cassini probe flew by the moon at a distance of 6,200 miles last month. The space probe has had closer encounters with Titan, but from this
Cassini Flyby Reveals What Saturn's 'Geyser Moon' Enceladus Looks Like Up Close
The frigid world of Saturn's moon Enceladus has come into view in a set of new photos released today by NASA. NASA 's hugely successful Cassini space probe got up close with a plume from an alien ocean during a flyby earlier this week. The plunge was significant because NASA said the moon's global
NASA's Cassini Probe Will Sample an Alien Ocean on Saturn's Moon Enceladus
NASA 's hugely successful Cassini space probe is set to get up close with a plume from an alien ocean on Saturn's moon Enceladus. The flyby -- which will happen on Wednesday -- is significant because NASA said the moon's global ocean and evidence of possible hydrothermal activity means it could