Ep. 458: The Science of Cassini


And now Cassini’s gone. Smashed up in the atmosphere of Saturn. But planetary scientists are going to be picking through all those pictures and data for decades. Let’s look back at some of the science gathered up by Cassini so far, and we can still learn from this epic journey.

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Show Notes

David Joseph Wesley’s Goodbye Cassini video with Fraser
NASA Cassini Mission
Cassini Science Overview
Cassini Timeline
Saturn’s moon Titan
ESA Huygens Probe landing on Titan
Seasonal Changes on Titan
Saturn’s moon Enceladus
Saturn’s moon Iapetus
The other moons of Saturn
Cassini Raw Data Node

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