Follow this link to skip to the main content

Cassini Scientist for a Day -- Spring 2009 Winners, Target 3: Epimetheus and Janus

Scientist for a Day Logo
Congratulations Cassini Scientist for a Day Winners
Target 3: Epimetheus and Janus

Kayla Morrison
Grade 5 and 6

Kayla Morrison

Beech Tree Elementary School
Falls Church, VA

"Hi Cassini Scientists! I’m a ten year old girl, who thinks that target number 3; Epimetheus and Janus are the best choices for Cassini to photograph.. . . ." + Read More


Kabir Brar

Grade 7 and 8

Kabir Brar

Kilmer Middle School
Vienna, VA


"The exploration of the solar system has always been a major challenge and landmark of human scientific achievement, especially in the 20th and 21st century. . . ." + Read More




Grade 9 to 12

Anthony Bass

Seminole Ridge Community High School
Loxahatchee, FL


"The Cassini spacecraft should photograph Epimetheus and Janus, moons of Saturn which share almost exactly the same orbit but have managed to avoid colliding for billions of years now, because they have much to tell us about the physics and history of our solar system. . . . " + Read More
Anthony Bass