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     Posters
 
Saturn: Jewel of the Solar System

From the introduction: In June 2004, NASA’s Cassini–Huygens spacecraft performed a spectacular crossing through the ring plane, going into orbit around Saturn to return new information and incredible images. The spacecraft’s onboard instruments will collect unique data that may answer many questions about the composition of the rings and help scientists gain a better understanding of the planet Saturn, its magnetosphere, its principal moon Titan, and its other moons — the small “icy satellites.”



Poster: Saturn: Jewel of the Solar System - Front

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Front Cover (PDF, 861 KB)
Back Cover (PDF, 332 KB)
 
 
Cassini Unveils The Myth


This poster was inspired by the students who painted the Cassini mural. Steeped in the tradition of greek and roman mythology, "Saturn Unveils the Myth" introduces students to the significance of names in the Saturn System. Also included is an education activity that combines fine art and mathematics. This activity was developed by an educator who is part of Cassini's nationwide network of classroom educators.



Poster: Cassini Unveils The Myth - Front

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Front Cover (PDF, 661 KB)
Back Cover (PDF, 331 KB)
 


     Lithographs
 
Mission to Saturn and Titan


Seven Years, 17 Countries, One Planet.

Lithograph: Mission to Saturn and Titan

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Cassini-Huygens Spacecraft


Including Details About the Spacecraft.



Lithograph: Cassini-Huygens Spacecraft

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Spacecraft Components


Take a tour of the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft and see how all of these different components work.



Lithograph: Spacecraft Components

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Cassini-Huygens Launch


The Cassini-Huygens spacecraft was launched from Cape Canaveral Air Station in Florida at 4:43 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time on October 15, 1997.



Lithograph: Cassini-Huygens Launch

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VVEJGA Trajectory


Cassini-Huygens' journey to Saturn took it past Venus (twice), Earth, and Jupiter in a trajectory known as VVEJGA (pronounced Vee-Jay-Gah) -- the Venus-Venus-Earth- Jupiter Gravity Assist trajectory.



Lithograph: VVEJGA Trajectory

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The Cassini Mission to Saturn and its Moon Titan



Lithograph: The Cassini Mission to Saturn and its Moon Titan - Front

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Front Cover (JPG, 4.15 MB)
Back Cover (JPG, 1.72 MB)
 


     Cassini Scale Models
 
There are two scale models of the Cassini spacecraft available for you to download and assemble. The first model is about 1/40th the size of the real spacecraft and is relatively simple to assemble. The second model is about 1/37th the size of the real spacecraft and is designed for an experienced model builder...



Cassini Scale Models

1/40th scale (simpler model)
1/37th scale (more challenging model)
 


     Holograms
 
A poster-size transparent hologram designed for back-lighting is available from:


Holographics North
444 South Union Street
Burlington, VT 05401
(802) 658-2275
http://www.holonorth.com/



Cassini Holograms

 





  • Blend space exploration with reading and writing -- Reading, Writing & Rings!
  • Cassini Scientist for a Day -- Students get involved
  • Cassini Raw Images