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The flybys have provided a close-up examination of an intriguing haze-shrouded world
That was when the gravitational effects of a Titan flyby led to the last shift in a series of changes that pointed Cassini straight at Saturn, with no possibility of escape.
The final data from that flyby should arrive at Earth on the evening of September 12, according to NASA’s timeline for the end of the mission.
October 12, 2017 Cape Canaveral, Florida —NASA is using an asteroid's close flyby to test Earth's warning network for incoming space rocks.
First Dive: April 23-29 On April 21, 2017, Cassini conducted its final flyby of Titan, using the moon’s gravity to put it on course for it’s first dive.
To take advantage of the gravitational boost from a flyby of Jupiter to accelerate Cassini-Huygens, the spacecraft was launched on Oct. 15, 1997.
On Monday, the Juno spacecraft made its eighth close flyby of the planet Jupiter, and this time the spacecraft flew over the Great Red Spot that has captured the public's attention since its discovery in the 17th century.
Some of the bombers will fly throughout the week; on Saturday a unique formation flyby will feature a B-1, B-2 and B-52.
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