Cassini Heads For Saturn Plunge After Final Titan Flyby

Credit: NASA
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft took a final swing around Titan Sept. 11, taking advantage of the giant moon’s gravity to slingshot itself onto a dead-end path into Saturn’s atmosphere. Studying enigmatic Titan—the only known moon in the Solar System with a thick atmosphere—was one of the primary...

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