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Cassini images tiny Saturn moon Daphnis

Cassini images tiny Saturn moon Daphnis

NASA's Cassini Saturn orbiter, now conducting in its ring-grazing orbits approaching the giant planet, captured detailed images of its tiny moon Daphnis on Monday, January 16. Just five miles wide, Daphnis is a shepherd moon located in the rings ... SPACE REPORTER, 16 hours ago

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Cosmos Magazine

Photo of the Day: Daphnis Up Close

The wavemaker moon, Daphnis, is featured in this view, taken as NASA's Cassini spacecraft made one of its ring-grazing passes over the outer edges of Saturn's rings on Jan. 16, 2017. This is the closest view of the small moon obtained yet. ...
 Wireless Design & Development17 hours ago Cassini captures stunning view of Saturn moon Daphnis  Space Daily1 day ago Wave-making moon  Cosmos Magazine1 day ago Cassini spies shy moon nestled among Saturn's rings  Christian Science Monitor2 days ago

Saturn's moon Tethys looks like a giant eyeball

NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute Jeepers, creepers, where'd you get that peeper? NASA's Cassini spacecraft took a peek at Saturn's moon Tethys and it looks like Tethys is capable of staring right back. A NASA image released on Monday ... hours ago
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Daphnis the Wavemaker

Plunging close to the outer edges of Saturn's rings, on January 16 the Cassini spacecraft captured this closest yet view of Daphnis. About 8 kilometers across and orbiting within the bright ring system's Keeler gap, the small moon is making waves.
 Space Fellowship2 days ago Lord of the Ring: NASA Probe Obtains Close Up Photos of Saturn's Wavemaker  Sputnik4 days ago NASA Cassini Spacecraft Grazes Saturn's Rings, Captures Closest View Of Ringed Planet's Tiny Moon Daphnis  Tech Times3 days ago

See what the Huygens spacecraft saw when it landed on Titan

Popular Mechanics — Perhaps the most exciting part of the Cassini spacecraft's 12-and-a-half years orbiting Saturn was back in December 2004, when the mothership deposited the European Space Agency's Huygens probe. Twenty days later, in January ...
 WCVB.com1 week ago The Incredible Story of How the Huygens Mission to Titan Succeeded When It Could Have Failed  Before It's News1 week ago

Huygens probe reaches Saturn moon Titan, January 14, 2005

The Huygens probe, an atmospheric entry probe carried to Saturn's moon Titan as part of the CassiniHuygens mission, landed on Titan on January 14, 2005. The probe was part of a European Space Agency (ESA) mission that launched from Earth on October ...
 EDN.com1 week ago A look back at Titan touchdown: NASA releases stunning video captured by Huygens probe when it landed on Saturn's hazy moon – WATCH  Zee News1 week ago Saturn's Cassini-Huygens space probe, 1997-2017  Macleans Online1 month ago NASA Shares Video Taken by Probe That Landed on Saturn's Moon  Huffington Post3 days ago
Science World Report

Stunning Pictures Show an Alien Moon Eerily Like Earth

View Images A composite picture from the Cassini spacecraft cuts through Titan's haze to show the moon's surface. Photograph by NASA Twelve years ago, a small spacecraft parachuted through a thick, extraterrestrial haze and drifted down ...
 National Geographic1 week ago Stunning Image Of 'Earth And Moon: Captured From Mars By NASA MRO  Latinos Health2 weeks ago See Earth and Its Moon From Mars in Stunning New NASA Photo  National Geographic2 weeks ago Titan: Is Saturn's Moon The Next Option For Humans To Occupy?  Science World Report1 month ago

Cassini probe begins final year of observations

This graphic shows the closest approaches of Cassini's final two orbital phases. Ring-grazing orbits are shown in gray (at left); Grand Finale orbits are shown in blue. The orange line shows the spacecraft's Sept. 2017 final plunge into Saturn.
 Science Recorder1 month ago NASA's Probe Cassini Flirts With Saturn's Rings, Flies Across Them For The First Time  Indiatimes1 month ago NASA's Cassini Swoops Past Saturn's Rings For the First Time  Sputnik1 month ago NASA's Cassini Spacecraft Makes First Saturn Ring-Gazing Plunge  NDTV1 month ago

We will make alien contact by 2017

With probes orbiting Jupiter and Saturn, there are high hopes 2017 could be the year that we find alien life. The Cassini space probe, which will end its mission in September 2017, has been hotly tipped as the one to watch, according to Doctor ...
 Herald Sun3 weeks ago Alien Life In Space: Humans To Make Contact With Aliens In September 2017  ITechPost3 weeks ago Physicist predicts Cassini will find alien life in 2017  SPACE REPORTER3 weeks ago Alien Life Found On Enceladus Or Europa: Scientist Predicts Extraterrestrials Discovered In 2017  Inquisitr3 weeks ago

NASA's Cassini orbiter successfully completes first ring grazing maneuver ...

The Cassini orbiter has made its first close dive across the plane of the rings of Saturn, passing just91,000 kilometers above the methane clouds ofthe gas giant. The craft passed through a faint ring formed by two tiny moons of Saturn,Janus and ...
 Tech2 firstpost.com1 month ago NASA’s Cassini orbiter successfully completes first ring grazing maneuver around Saturn  Tech21 month ago
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