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"10.02.2017 00:52:06" Cassini Inspires During nearly two decades in space, NASA's Cassini mission to Saturn has inspired the people of Earth. Now, the mission is moving toward its "Grand Finale" phase. We'd like to know one thing: how has Cassini inspired YOU? Explore. Create. Share. Details:
"03.11.2016 18:43:13" Cassini CHARM: Titan Cold Case Files Hear about what we know about Titan topics that were investigated early in Cassini’s mission. Learn what questions have baffled and perplexed Cassini scientists for a long while (cough cough cryovolcanism cough cough).
"03.11.2016 18:36:30" Mixed Signals From Saturn Saturn is sending out mixed signals in recent data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft and the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope.
Marcia Burton: Saturn is sending us mixed signals. Mixed radio signals, that is.
I'm Marcia Burton, Cassini fields
"03.11.2016 18:09:13" Four Days at Saturn NASA's Cassini spacecraft stared at Saturn for nearly 44 hours on April 25 to 27, 2016, to obtain this movie showing just over four Saturn days.
With Cassini's orbit being moved closer to the planet in preparation for the mission's 2017 finale,
"28.09.2016 21:02:40" Revealing Saturn: Cassini Science Highlights and the Grand Finale Cassini mission leads Earl Maize and Linda Spilker talked about the spacecraft's epic journey and science - and the exciting two-part grand finale.
"23.09.2016 20:46:11" Charm Cassini Huygens Mission to Saturn 12th Anniversary This is the first half of the annual CHARM anniversary telecon, in which we review the science highlights from Cassini’s various disciplines. We are pleased to invite you to join us to hear Dr. Elizabeth (Zibi) Turtle of the Johns Hopkins University
"13.07.2016 17:22:49" Saturn's Unique Hexagon This is a compilation of the Saturn hexagon movies released on Dec. 5, 2013.
Download the video: https://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/resources/768
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI/Hampton University and NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona
"06.05.2016 04:20:28" T-119 Flyby: Double Midnight During Cassini's T-119 Titan flyby on May 6, the Radio Science Subsystem, or RSS, will observe an atmospheric occultation, in which Cassini appears to go behind Titan's atmosphere as seen from Earth.
"22.04.2016 22:38:23" Views of Earth from Robotic Explorers A collection of images of our home world taken by far-ranging robotic spacecraft. #EarthDay #Earth24Seven
"21.04.2016 15:47:15" Cassini Ring Dive Ride Along This computer-generated view shows the view from the perspective of the Cassini spacecraft as it dives between the rings and Saturn's cloud tops.
"21.04.2016 15:41:15" Cassini's Final Orbits A navigation team animation showing Cassini's final 22 orbits at Saturn in 2017.
"21.04.2016 15:35:38" Cassini Tour Beginning This animation shows the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft being captured in orbit at Saturn in 2004.
"31.03.2016 23:31:04" Cassini's 'T-118' Titan Encounter: Fly By Once, Measure Twice Cassini’s cameras look in one direction; some of the spacecraft’s particle detectors look in another. Having both types of instrument observe Titan’s atmosphere at the same time, or the same latitude, or even on the same flyby can be difficult. This is
"31.03.2016 16:14:50" Saturn's Radio Period Crossover This spectrogram and video show a changing pattern of radio waves from Saturn known as Saturn Kilometric Radiation, as detected by NASA's Cassini spacecraft.
Recent data from the radio and plasma wave instrument show that the variation in radio waves
"25.03.2016 16:12:31" Sir Arthur C. Clarke's 2007 Iapetus Flyby Greeting Sir Arthur C. Clarke sent this video greeting to the Cassini mission team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in 2007 as they got their first close look at Saturn's moon Iapetus.
"09.03.2016 21:51:53" Cassini Watches Starlight Through Enceladus’ Plume On March 11, 2016, Cassini's Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph (UVIS) will watch as the plume of gas and icy particles from the moon Enceladus passes in front of the central star in Orion's Belt. Such observations, known as stellar occultations, provide
"01.03.2016 18:15:29" Musical Descent to Titan On unexplored worlds, the sound of science is a harmonious melody of chimes, clicks and mechanical whirrs. At least that’s how one scientist interpreted the January 2005 descent and landing of the European Space Agency’s Huygens probe on Titan. As the
"12.02.2016 17:56:36" Cassini Launch On Oct. 15, 1997, a seven-year journey to the ringed planet Saturn began with the liftoff of a Titan IVB/Centaur carrying the Cassini orbiter and its attached Huygens probe.
Download the video: http://go.nasa.gov/1QbVQeW
"06.01.2016 21:11:54" Cassini Top Images of 2015 Cassini Top 10 Images and Science Results of 2015
As the Cassini science team members look forward to a great 2016 and beyond at Saturn, here's a look back at their top 10 images of 2015: http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/news/cassinifeatures/topimages2015
"12.11.2015 17:03:22" Cassini Titan T114 Flyby Near closest approach, Cassini's imaging cameras will acquire a medium-to-high-resolution mosaic of Titan's leading hemisphere over Xanadu. Other observations on this flyby include VIMS' monitoring of the formation and evolution of clouds at high lat
"12.11.2015 17:02:50" Cassini Titan T114 Flyby 3D Near closest approach, Cassini's imaging cameras will acquire a medium-to-high-resolution mosaic of Titan's leading hemisphere over Xanadu. Other observations on this flyby include VIMS' monitoring of the formation and evolution of clouds at high lat
"22.10.2015 21:50:06" Cassini Final "E22" Enceladus Flyby This animation shows NASA's Cassini spacecraft during its Dec. 19, 2015 flyby of Enceladus. Cassini's composite infrared spectrometer instrument will observe the moon's south polar terrain.
The animation begins 1 hour before closest approach to Ence
"22.10.2015 17:15:36" Cassini "E21" Enceladus Flyby This animation shows NASA's Cassini spacecraft during its Oct. 28, 2015 flyby of Enceladus, which will focus on the Saturnian moon's south pole and plume.
The animation begins 11 minutes before closest approach to Enceladus and ends 13 minutes after
"20.10.2015 17:17:28" PlutoTime Around the World Pluto orbits on the fringes of our solar system, billions of miles away. Sunlight is much weaker there than it is here on Earth, yet it isn't completely dark. In fact, for just a moment near dawn and dusk each day, the illumination on Earth matches t
"12.10.2015 23:21:10" Animation of Cassini "E20" Enceladus Flyby - Oct. 14, 2015 This animation shows NASA's Cassini spacecraft during its Oct. 14, 2015, flyby of Enceladus, which will focus on the Saturnian moon's northern polar region.
The animation begins 1.75 hours before closest approach to Enceladus and ends 1.25 hours aft
"31.08.2015 23:36:25" Yarkovsky Effect 2015 Near-Earth asteroids pose a potential danger to our planet, so it's important to predict their orbits with great accuracy. Unfortunately, a phenomenon called the Yarkovsky effect can make these predictions difficult over long time periods. How does t
"14.08.2015 15:11:17" Cassini Says Farewell to Dione NASA's Cassini spacecraft will zip past Saturn's moon Dione on Monday, Aug. 17 -- the final close flyby of this icy satellite during the spacecraft's long mission.
Cassini's closest approach, within 295 miles (474 kilometers) of Dione's surface, wil
"24.07.2015 18:30:34" Flying over Pluto’s icy plains and Hillary Mountains This simulated flyover of two regions on Pluto, northwestern Sputnik Planum (Sputnik Plain) and Hillary Montes (Hillary Mountains), was created from New Horizons close-approach images. Sputnik Planum has been informally named for Earth’s first artifi
"24.07.2015 18:29:13" How Tholins Form The hazes in Pluto’s atmosphere, observed by NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft on July 14, provide a crucial link between the sunlight-driven chemistry in the upper atmosphere and the reddish-brown hydrocarbons called tholins that rain down and darken t
"23.07.2015 22:52:15" Radar Movie of Asteroid 2011 UW158 Scientists using two giant, Earth-based radio telescopes bounced radar signals off passing asteroid 2011 UW158 to create images for this animation showing the rocky body's fast rotation.
The passing asteroid made its closest approach to Earth on Jul
"20.07.2015 18:40:30" Apollo 15 Hammer-Feather Drop At the end of the last Apollo 15 moon walk, Commander David Scott (pictured above) performed a live demonstration for the television cameras. He held out a geologic hammer and a feather and dropped them at the same time. Because they were essentially
"08.07.2015 20:34:14" New Horizons Spacecraft HD An animated tour of the New Horizons spacecraft. Visit the New Horizons web site (pluto.jhuapl.edu/) for more information on the spacecraft and the historic mission to Pluto and beyond.
Digital model and animation by Dan Durda (Fellow, International
"07.07.2015 23:10:50" Find Your #PlutoTime It's always Pluto Time somewhere, and NASA wants to see your view. Take a picture during your local Pluto Time, and share it to social media with the tag #PlutoTime. We'll highlight some of the most interesting shots from around the world.
"01.07.2015 21:43:55" Pluto Occults Star An accelerated video clip of Pluto passing in front of a 12th magnitude star recorded at the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research NIWA's Lauder station in Central Otago, New Zealand.
Watch the star in the center closely. You will see
"24.06.2015 21:47:49" What is a Planet? NASA Science: What is a planet? The question has been pondered by many since the early Greeks came up with the word "planets." Since then the number of "planets" in our solar system has fluctuated, sometimes numbering as high as 15, before it was det
"17.06.2015 21:33:43" Alien Ocean: NASA’s Mission to Europa Could a liquid water ocean beneath the surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa have the ingredients to support life? Here's how NASA's mission to Europa would find out.
"17.06.2015 15:29:22" Space Shorts: What is a Dwarf Planet? Space Shorts
Episode 1: What is a dwarf planet?
What is a dwarf planet? In 60 seconds, you'll know. This is "Space Shorts."
Dwarf planets are a lot like regular planets:
They both have enough mass and gravity to be nearly round - unlike odd-shaped
"15.06.2015 23:53:47" Time lapse of the HP3 'mole' Time lapse video of the InSight mission's Heat Flow and Physical Properties Package HP3 "mole" probing to depth in a test.
"12.06.2015 14:11:23" The Year of Pluto - Trailer The New Horizons mission will help us understand worlds at the edge of our solar system by making the first reconnaissance of the planet Pluto and by venturing deeper into the distant, mysterious Kuiper Belt – a relic of solar system formation.
"12.06.2015 06:40:51" The Year of Pluto The New Horizons mission will help us understand worlds at the edge of our solar system by making the first reconnaissance of the dwarf planet Pluto and by venturing deeper into the distant, mysterious Kuiper Belt – a relic of solar system formation.
"22.05.2015 18:08:27" Jim Green Walks to Pluto Jim Green, director of NASA's Planetary Science Division, talks about the solar system as he walks a scale model from the sun to distant Pluto.
"22.05.2015 18:08:25" Reflections on Clyde Tombaugh Annette and Alden Tombaugh, the children of Clyde Tombaugh, remember their father and his discovery of Pluto.
"22.05.2015 18:08:24" Navigating to Pluto Mark Holdridge, New Horizons Mission to Pluto - 2015 Encounter Mission Manager at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, discusses the challenges of getting a spacecraft to Pluto.
"22.05.2015 18:08:22" Mission to Pluto: Science and Teamwork Joe Peterson, manager of the New Horizons Mission Science Operations Center, talks about the science and teamwork behind the first mission to explore Pluto and the Kuiper Belt.
"22.05.2015 18:08:20" Pluto Flyby: Play-by-Play New Horizons mission team members Cathy Olkin and Leslie Young explain the details of the historic 14 July 2015 flyby of Pluto.
"20.05.2015 22:29:39" Europa in A Can NASA laboratory experiments suggest the dark material coating some geological features of Jupiter's moon Europa is likely sea salt from a subsurface ocean, discolored by exposure to radiation. The presence of sea salt on Europa's surface suggests the
"07.05.2015 16:18:41" MESSENGER Earth Departure The Mercury-bound MESSENGER spacecraft captured several stunning images of Earth during a gravity assist swingby of its home planet on Aug. 2, 2005. Several hundred images, taken with the wide-angle camera in MESSENGER's Mercury Dual Imaging System (
"27.04.2015 16:19:28" MESSENGER at Mercury The robotic spacecraft MESSENGER has run out of fuel. With no way to make major adjustments to its orbit around the planet Mercury, the probe will smash into the surface at more than 8,750 miles per hour (3.91 kilometers per second). The impact will
"09.04.2015 15:31:53" Hubble Captures Rare Triple-Moon Conjunction FEBRUARY 5, 2015: Firing off a string of snapshots like a sports photographer at a NASCAR race, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captured a rare look at three of Jupiter's largest moons zipping across the banded face of the gas-giant planet: Europa, Cal
"26.03.2015 23:08:07" Perspective View of Mercury's Rachmaninoff Basin This is a movie of Mercury's Rachmaninoff impact basin. An enhanced-color image has been draped over a digital elevation model of the surface. The vertical exaggeration is 7 times. The basin's outer rim is about 306 km in diameter and the inner (peak
"15.03.2015 00:46:04" MovingTowardsPlanetPluto1280 Artist's concept: A short animation of a close approach to Pluto. Credit: NASA / Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
"15.03.2015 00:39:42" Pluto Flyby Animation NASA's New Horizons spacecraft will make the first flyby of Pluto and its moons on 14 July 2015.
"27.10.2014 21:15:04" Radioisotope Power Systems: A Legacy of Exploration For more than five decades, radioisotope power systems have played a critical role in the exploration of space, enabling missions of scientific discovery to destinations across the solar system.
For more information, visit http://rps.nasa.gov.
"21.10.2014 19:34:51" Cassini: Bouncing Radio Waves Off Titan's Lakes NASA's Cassini spacecraft's Titan T-106 flyby presents another opportunity to bounce signals off the surface of the northern lakes, this time on an outbound encounter. Known as a bistatic scattering experiment, the results can be used to reveal detai
"22.08.2014 02:08:33" Voyager 2 at Neptune with Suzy Dodd In this JPL Voyager Update from the night of the Neptune encounter (25 August 1989), now Voyager Project Manager, Suzy Dodd speaks with such guests as Jay Holberg and Bill Kurth concerning the Voyager results.