Saturn’s moons research


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Exploring Saturn’s Moons | Mission Saturn

13 September 2017

On a flyby of Saturn‘s moon Enceladus, the Cassini spacecraft makes an unprecedented discovery that will push the mission to fly closer.

About Mission Saturn: NASA’s biggest spacecraft plunges into Saturn in the final act of a 20-year mission showcasing the planet like never before.

Final flyby puts Cassini on a collision course with Saturn, by Lisa Grossman. 4:00pm, September 11, 2017.

So long, Titan. Cassini snaps parting pics of Saturn’s largest moon, by Lisa Grossman, 4:05pm, September 13, 2017.

Saturn’s moon Titan sports phantom hydrocarbon lakes. Three features that were filled with liquid appear to have dried up. By Maria Temming, 11:00am, April 15, 2019.

NASA PLANS TO SEND DRONE TO SATURN NASA is sending a drone to explore Saturn’s largest moon. The space agency said the Dragonfly mission will fly over Titan, exploring different locations on the icy moon to study whether it can support microbial life. [AP]

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