What's next for Cassini
The Cassini mission has already delivered fantastic images and groundbreaking science. Here's what's planned for its second act.
May 22, 2006
|Delivering the Huygens probe to Titan's surface and discovering active water vents on Enceladus isn't enough for the Cassini team. This year, the Saturn mission took a different slant literally as controllers raised the probe into a more tilted orbit.|
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