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NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft Shows New Sculpting in Saturn’s Rings

geek.com Friday, 14 June 2019
NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft Shows New Sculpting in Saturn’s RingsSaturn is known for its complex rings and NASA’s Cassini spacecraft unveiled more details on their intricate textures, colors, and temperatures. Even though Cassini’s mission concluded two years ago, the spacecraft’s trip to […]

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News video: NASA Spacecraft Captures Image Of Waves Caused By Saturn's Moon

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Cassini captured an image of waves in Saturn’s rings that were caused by its moon Daphnis.

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