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It will also be the first time Nasa is telling people exactly when the photo will be taken in the hope they will want to be a part of the event. Cassini imaging team leader Carolyn Porco of the Space Science Institute in Boulder, Colorado said: 'My
Cassini probe to acquire distant Earth portrait Science correspondent, BBC News This favourite 2006 image of Saturn includes Earth as a speck just inside the G-ring at upper-left...Dr Porco hopes it will look even better Nasa's Cassini probe is going
Cassini mission have confirmed the presence of a population of complex hydrocarbons in the upper atmosphere of Saturn's largest moon, Titan, that later evolve into the components that give the moon a distinctive orange-brown haze. The presence of
Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., who leads the Cassini science team that studies icy satellites. "There may turn out to be many more active worlds with water out there than we previously thought," Buratti suggested. Other bodies in the
Titan, the largest of Saturn's natural satellites and the only moon in the solar system with a dense atmosphere, is a fascinating little place. Cassini spacecraft have created the first full topographical map of its surface created using radar
The first global topographic map of Saturn's largest moon Titan has been created, giving researchers a valuable tool for learning more about one of the most Earth-like and interesting worlds in the solar system.
Excerpts from science, technology, environment and health reports from around the web. Saturn The US space agency has released fresh pictures of a hurricane with a 2,000 km wide eye locked over Saturn's north pole and spinning at around four times
The striking images of the storm were snapped from a height of 420.000km (260,000mi) by the Cassini spacecraft, which arrived at Saturn in 2004. They were captured in red and infrared wavelengths and have been false-coloured to show detail.
29 April 2013 At first glance, it resembles a giant rose, surrounded by green foliage...Measurements have sized the eye at a staggering 1,250 miles (2,000 kilometers) across with cloud speeds as fast as 330 miles per hour (150 meters per second).
The rings of Saturn are possibly one of the most interesting features of our Solar System, giving this planet that could actually float in water if immersed in a large enough body an almost iconic appearance. US space agency NASA’s