Cassini Spacecraft Makes Final Close Encounter with Enceladus

Credit: NASA/JPL/CalTech
HOUSTON—The Cassini spacecraft will keep an increasingly distant eye on Saturn’s intriguing moon Enceladus following its Dec. 19 final flyby, as the long-running U.S. and European mission winds to a September 2017 close. The flyby was the last in a series of 22 close encounters between Cassini and...

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