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Before it crashed onto Saturn, the spacecraft Cassini captured images of the most photogenic planet in our Solar System. These are some of our favorites.

Workers at @SRSNews  have completed risk reduction and cleanup activities in a building containing residual plutonium-238 oxide — once used to power deep space missions like Galileo, Ulysses and Cassini! Learn more:

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Workers at @SRSNews  have completed risk reduction and cleanup activities in a building containing residual plutonium-238 oxide — once used to power deep space missions like Galileo, Ulysses and Cassini! Learn more:

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Can you spot Venus? 👀 LOOK: Venus shines like a bright beacon through the rings of Saturn in this extraordinary image taken by the Cassini spacecraft on November 2012. 📷: European Space Agency/Instagram

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LOOK: Planet Venus shines like a bright beacon through the rings of Saturn in this unique image taken by the international Cassini spacecraft on 10 November 2012 when the spacecraft was placed in the shadow of Saturn. 📷: European Space Agency/Instagram

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Saturn’s moon Titan is drifting away from the planet 100 times faster than previously understood. These @CassiniSaturn findings, based on data from our Cassini mission, are an important piece to understanding the Saturn system's creation. More:

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Two years ago today, our Cassini spacecraft entered the atmosphere of Saturn, becoming part of the planet it had explored for 13 years. This was not the end of the story.

That’s no Moon. Except it is. Saturn’s moon Mimas makes us think of the Death Star in this 2010 image taken by our Cassini spacecraft. #MayThe4thBeWithYou  on this #StarWarsDay :

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Cassini gave us Saturn, but also gave us Earth — as only deep space could reveal: Small. Frail. Lonely. Steeped in darkness.

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Nearing its end, Cassini delights again. Here is 35-km Pan in mind-blowing detail with its unmistakable accretionary equatorial bulge.

cassini'>Farewell Cassini, how far you’ve come. On this eve, in fiery death, Saturn & you are one. VIP (Vaporize In Peace): 2004-2017

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Earth received ’s final signal at 7:55am ET. Cassini is now part of the planet it studied. Thanks for the science #GrandFinale 

I made the mistake of imagining what it would be like to be Cassini, watching Saturn grow larger & larger, sending my discoveries home...

If you want some escapism, Cassini is taking some stunning pictures around Saturn at the moment. We live in a beautiful Universe.

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