The images have just come in from Cassini’s latest flyby of Titan! Just a few days ago, Cassini flew by Titan for the 119th time. AdvertisementsRead more "Cassini’s Titan (T-118) Flyby"
This is a true color view of Saturn, snapped by the Cassini spacecraft and processed by Val Klavans. It shows Saturn casting a shadow on its rings. To the lower right, shadows of the rings are cast upon the planet.Read more "Saturn imaged yesterday!"
Are you ready for the Cassini spacecraft’s first flyby for 2014? Feel free to follow along with the latest information and images from this Titan flyby on my Facebook event page: Titan (T-97) Flyby. This is Cassini’s first of 11 flybys this year. Quick Facts: Name Titan (T-97) Flyby Date January 1, 2014 [SCET] Time 10:00 PM UTC Altitude 870 miles (1,400 kilometers) […]Read more "Cassini’s First Flyby of 2014!"
Are you ready for Cassini’s penultimate flyby of 2013? Feel free to follow along with the latest information and images from this Titan flyby on my Facebook event page: Titan (T-95) Flyby. Quick Facts: Name Titan (T-95) Flyby Date October 14, 2013 [SCET] Time 4:56 AM UTC Altitude 597 miles (961 kilometers) Speed 13,000 mph (5.8 km/sec) Goal To better understand Titan’s atmosphere in terms […]Read more "Peering Into Titan’s Atmosphere"