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Artist's rendering of the Nov. 11 Enceladus flyby
E-8: Cassini Returns to the Tiger Stripes
The Cassini spacecraft is dressed up like a bat for Halloween. Happy Halloween!
Happy Halloween
Flyer for Cassini Scientist for a Day Live Webcast
Cassini Scientist for a Day Live Webcast
This artist's conception shows a nearly invisible ring around Saturn -- the largest of the giant planet's many rings.
Saturn's Infrared Ring
Artist's rendition of the T-61 flyby
T-61: Scrubbing Titan's Surface Details
Artist's rendition of Titan flyby 60
Titan Flyby (T-60) - Aug. 9, 2009
Artist's rendition of the T-59 flyby
T-59: Titan in Saturn's Magnetosphere
Artist's rendition of Titan flyby T-58
T-58: Studying Titan's Northern Polar Vortex Region
Artist's rendition of a 4th of July scene at Saturn
Happy 4th of July
These drawings depict explanations for the source of intense heat that has been measured coming from Enceladus' south polar region.
Melted Ice
This image shows the location of Cassini's most precise measurements so far of the surface temperatures at the active 'tiger stripe' fractures that cut the south polar region of Enceladus.
Warm Tiger Stripes
These illustrations indicate possible ways in which the water vapor and ice particles in the plume of Enceladus may be formed.
Plume Vent Models
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