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EarthSky
Saturn moon Titan has a sea levelTitan’s seas. Paul Corlies is first author on the topography study, which resu
EarthSky / Posted 2 days ago
Titan’s seas. Paul Corlies is first author on the topography study, which resulted in an end-of-mission map of Titan via Cassini. The map revealed several new features on Titan, including new mountains, none higher than about 2,300 feet (700... Read more
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Daily Mail
Saturn's moon Titan has 'eerily similar' seas to EarthSaturn's moon Titan is 'eerily similar' to our own world: Nasa's Cassini probe
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Saturn's moon Titan is 'eerily similar' to our own world: Nasa's Cassini probe finds Earth-like sea-levels on the icy satellite, despite it being nearly a billion miles away Titan is the only other world we know of in our solar system with stable... Read more
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Daily Mail
NASA releases stunning image of 'twilight haze' over Titanof the 'twilight haze' over Saturn's largest moon NASA shared a stunning throw
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
of the 'twilight haze' over Saturn's largest moon NASA shared a stunning throwback photo of Titan today, captured by the Cassini spacecraft in March 2005 The image shows distinct layers in the massive moon's hazy atmosphere, which may hold... Read more
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heraldscotland
NASA's new power source set to revolutionise space explorationto the moon, the two Voyager spacecraft, and the New Horizons probe to Pluto an
heraldscotland / Posted 6 days ago
to the moon, the two Voyager spacecraft, and the New Horizons probe to Pluto and beyond, as well as the just-concluded Cassini mission at Saturn. RTGs produce electricity passively with no moving parts, using the heat from the natural decay of... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Walney man fined after stealing two bottles of wineto one charge of theft when he appeared at South Cumbria Magistrates' Court in
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 8 days ago
to one charge of theft when he appeared at South Cumbria Magistrates' Court in Barrow on January 10. He stole a bottle of Cassini wine and a bottle of Echo Falls Rose wine worth £8.48 from Batty's Newsagents on June 26. Armstrong was ordered to... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Calendar7). $12/adult. $10/senior. $4/child 6-12. Free/child 5 and under. “Second Satu
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 8 days ago
7). $12/adult. $10/senior. $4/child 6-12. Free/child 5 and under. “Second Saturday Stars” - “Farewell to Saturn and the Cassini Spacecraft”: Jan. 13, 7-9 p.m. John J. McCarthy Observatory, behind New Milford High School, Route 7 South. Western... Read more
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International Business Times
Nasa captures Saturn's icy rings and cute little moon in a breathtaking cosmic shot On 8 January, 2018, the space agency revealed another breathtaking Cassini snap
International Business Times / Posted 11 days ago
On 8 January, 2018, the space agency revealed another breathtaking Cassini snapshot, one giving us a close look at Saturn's rings and its tiny walnut-shaped moon Pan. The image, as described by Nasa, shows a translucent veil formed by the icy ring... Read more
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Daily Mail
Peekaboo Pan! Saturn's 'flying saucer' moon revealed through ringstiny moon Pan, about 17 miles (28 kilometers) across, is seen between its icy r
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
tiny moon Pan, about 17 miles (28 kilometers) across, is seen between its icy rings. NASA has released a series of Cassini's last images, including the site where it entered Saturn's atmosphere NASA destroyed the probe to avoid crashing... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Observatory to hold programThe topic at the observatory located behind New Milford High School on Route 7
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 12 days ago
The topic at the observatory located behind New Milford High School on Route 7 South will be “Farewell to Saturn and the Cassini Spacecraft.” The program had been scheduled for December but was postponed to January due to weather. After nearly 13... Read more
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The Aero-News Network
NASA's Flying Observatory SOFIA To Explore Magnetic Universe And BeyondThese occultation observations are part of an effort to monitor changes in Tita
The Aero-News Network / Posted 14 days ago
These occultation observations are part of an effort to monitor changes in Titan’s atmosphere over time now that the Cassini spacecraft's mission has ended. SOFIA is a Boeing 747SP jetliner modified to carry a 100-inch diameter telescope. It... Read more
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EarthSky
10 places to find snow beyond Earthlook, is actually just a ball of almost pure water ice about 123 miles (198 km)
EarthSky / Posted 16 days ago
look, is actually just a ball of almost pure water ice about 123 miles (198 km) across. n this view captured by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft on Feb. 13, 2010, Herschel Crater dominates Mimas. Image via NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science.Institute. 9.... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Calendar7). $12/adult. $10/senior. $4/child 6-12. Free/child 5 and under. “Second Satu
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 16 days ago
7). $12/adult. $10/senior. $4/child 6-12. Free/child 5 and under. “Second Saturday Stars” - “Farewell to Saturn and the Cassini Spacecraft”: Jan. 13, 7-9 p.m. John J. McCarthy Observatory, behind New Milford High School, Route 7... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Subscribe To A Calendar Of Astronomical Eventsand never miss another meteor shower, rocket launch, or solstice. The next lis
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 17 days ago
and never miss another meteor shower, rocket launch, or solstice. The next listed event is a fun one: On September 15, the Cassini spacecraft (rendered above) will crash into Saturn, 20 years after its launch. One excellent use of this calendar is... Read more
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Lifehacker
Subscribe to a Calendar of Astronomical EventsThe next listed event is a fun one: On September 15, the Cassini spacecraft (re
Lifehacker / Posted 18 days ago
The next listed event is a fun one: On September 15, the Cassini spacecraft (rendered above) will crash into Saturn, 20 years after its launch. One excellent use of this calendar is to tweet at Neil deGrasse Tyson a few days ahead of each event, to... Read more
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heraldscotland
2017: a terrifying year where the future truly shocked us allcores. Seems Einstein was right saying God doesn’t play dice – He clearly prefe
heraldscotland / Posted 20 days ago
cores. Seems Einstein was right saying God doesn’t play dice – He clearly prefers blinged-out billiards. AUGUST: Farewell, Cassini STEVIE Wonder once sang about Saturn, describing a place where inhabitants “live to be 205”. Whether it’s a Logan’s... Read more
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CBS News
Pop stars on the list for knighthoodand technology. Elsewhere, there is a CBE for Prof Michele Dougherty from Impe
CBS News / Posted 21 days ago
and technology. Elsewhere, there is a CBE for Prof Michele Dougherty from Imperial College, London, a member of the Cassini mission to Saturn. The process starts with nominations from the public, which first are reviewed by a specialist... Read more
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Mashable
From an eclipse to an interstellar visitor: Our 5 favorite space moments of 2017on Earth was delivered to the planet by the mergers of neutron stars.The death
Mashable / Posted 22 days ago
on Earth was delivered to the planet by the mergers of neutron stars.The death of a beloved spacecraft Saturn as seen by Cassini. Image: nasa/jpl-caltech The long-lived spacecraft at Saturn fell into the ringed planet's atmosphere in a planned... Read more
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Slate
The Most Jaw-Dropping Images of Space That Earthlings Captured in 2017including 289 days on her latest mission to the International Space Station, Wh
Slate / Posted 22 days ago
including 289 days on her latest mission to the International Space Station, Whitson finally returned home on Sept. 3. Cassini’s Last Hurrah On Sept. 15, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft finally closed its 20-year mission to study Saturn and its... Read more
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Daily Mail
Look up on New Year's Day: Wolf supermoon set to mesmerises sky-gazersTransformers: £50,000 folding electric car...China's 7,680mph hypersonic aircra
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Transformers: £50,000 folding electric car...China's 7,680mph hypersonic aircraft delivered its warhead...Cassini captures stunning shot of Enceladus spewing water...Phew! Asteroid the size of a bus that Nasa only spotted... Read more
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Daily Mail
The gadget that can charge your electronics from 80 FEET awaygrows on Apple over iPhone slowdowns as South Korea...Real-life Transformers: £
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
grows on Apple over iPhone slowdowns as South Korea...Real-life Transformers: £50,000 folding electric car...Cassini captures stunning shot of Enceladus spewing water...China's 7,680mph hypersonic aircraft delivered its... Read more
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Daily Mail
Fresh details of Chinese 7,680mph hypersonic aircraftwas briefly shown during a State-run TV special covering the country's JF-12 hy
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
was briefly shown during a State-run TV special covering the country's JF-12 hypersonic wind tunnel. RELATED ARTICLES Cassini captures stunning shot of Enceladus spewing water...Bosses with 'Jekyll and Hyde' personalities cause staff... Read more
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Daily Mail
Stunning shot of 'glowing' Enceladus in front of Saturn's giant ringsCassini captures stunning shot of Enceladus spewing water ice from its undergro
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Cassini captures stunning shot of Enceladus spewing water ice from its underground 'alien ocean' in front of Saturn's giant rings NASA has released a series of Cassini's last images, including the site where it entered Saturn's atmosphere It also... Read more
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The Hindu
Gravitational waves, gene editing and other top science stories of 2017can cause heart problems- hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. The results were publish
The Hindu / Posted 24 days ago
can cause heart problems- hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. The results were published in Nature in August. End of the Cassini mission In September, NASA ended the Cassini-Huygens mission, which was started in 1997 to study Saturn. In its 20... Read more
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EuroNews
Here are the top science and tech stories of 2017universe to the nature of dark matter, an elusive substance that is thought to
EuroNews / Posted 24 days ago
universe to the nature of dark matter, an elusive substance that is thought to make up 70 percent of the cosmos.Farewell, Cassini! After spending 13 years orbiting Saturn, NASA's Cassini spacecraft ended its prolific mission by plunging into the... Read more
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The Janesville Gazette
Other Views: 2017 started—and ended—with Americans in the streetsheavens seemed happy to oblige. In California, storms soaked the state to end
The Janesville Gazette / Posted 25 days ago
heavens seemed happy to oblige. In California, storms soaked the state to end the historic drought, and in outer space, Cassini, intrepid explorer of Saturn and its ethereal moons, threaded the needle between the planet and its rings. The... Read more
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The Hill
NASA astronauts watch 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' in spaceconcept for a deep space gateway would be the agency’s first crew-tended spacep
The Hill / Posted 26 days ago
concept for a deep space gateway would be the agency’s first crew-tended spaceport near the Moon … Perhaps one day scavengers on Saturn will find remnants of the Cassini spacecraft, or humans will look fondly back on Earth from a planet like Ja... Read more
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International Business Times
This year in Space: The biggest and the most interesting things that happened in space in 2017 probe or even a galactic bus carrying extraterrestrial life. Click here to read
International Business Times / Posted 26 days ago
probe or even a galactic bus carrying extraterrestrial life. Click here to read more about the mysterious Oumuamua. The Cassini spacecraft was one of Nasa's longest-running missions at Saturn. In September, Cassini bid a final adieu before... Read more
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Swissinfo
Candles, carols and the internet, please: Swiss Christmases that werewhen the Huygens probe, in preparation for a landing on Saturn’s largest moon T
Swissinfo / Posted 26 days ago
when the Huygens probe, in preparation for a landing on Saturn’s largest moon Titan, began separating from its mother ship, Cassini. We reported that the Swiss company Contraves Space built the mechanisms needed for the separation that took place... Read more
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The Telegraph
Our Past: West Third Street decorated for Christmas in 1939is dissolved the next day). Ukraine’s referendum is finalized and Ukraine offic
The Telegraph / Posted 27 days ago
is dissolved the next day). Ukraine’s referendum is finalized and Ukraine officially leaves the Soviet Union. 2004 – The Cassini orbiter releases Huygens probe which successfully landed on Saturn’s moon Titan on January 14, 2005. In December... Read more
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Daily Mail
NASA picks finalists in space exploration competition to find new liferegions on its surface. However, the details of Titan's surface landforms rema
Daily Mail / Posted 30 days ago
regions on its surface. However, the details of Titan's surface landforms remained a mystery until July 2004, when Nasa's Cassini spacecraft arrived. Cassini used radar and imaging at near-infrared wavelengths to glimpse what lies below the hazy... Read more
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