Cassini Significant Events 09/10/2014 - 09/16/2014
Cassini is orbiting Saturn with a 31.9-day period in a plane inclined 44.6 degrees from the planet's equatorial plane. The most recent spacecraft tracking and telemetry data were obtained on Sept. 17 using the Deep Space Network.
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Bright Clumps in Saturn Ring Now Mysteriously Scarce
A NASA-funded study finds a drop in the number of bright clumps in one of Saturn's rings over the past 30 years, suggesting small moonlets there have been on the decline.
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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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