Cassini Sends Back Views After Zooming Past Dione
The rugged landscape of Saturn's fracture-faced moon Dione is revealed in images sent back by NASA's Cassini spacecraft from its latest flyby. Cassini buzzed past Dione on June 16, coming within 321 miles (516 kilometers) of the moon's surface.
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Cassini Significant Events 06/24/15 - 06/30/15
Cassini is currently orbiting Saturn with a period of 18.9 days in a plane inclined 0.4 degree from the planet's equatorial plane. The most recent spacecraft tracking and telemetry data were obtained on July 1 using the DSN station in Australia.
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Insider's Cassini: The Cassini Navigation Transition-in-ops Experience
Hello there! My name is Jonathon Smith, and I am an orbit determination analyst (often referred to as “OD” analyst) on the Cassini navigation team.
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