Tag Archives: Enceladus

Goodbye Cassini, Thank You

Images credit & copyright: NASA/JPL. Many more images and links below. On October 15, 1997 a Titan IV (401)B lifted off from Cape Canaveral’s SLC-40 carrying what would become one of the most successful space probes in our history; Cassini. … Continue reading

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ENCELADUS (ZOOM3-3)

Image Credit & Copyright: NASA/JPL Cassini Mission. Well here it is…..this is where our journey to the surface of Saturn’s sixth largest moon Enceladus ends. This 7.5 mile diameter image of a section of the Baghdad sulcus was taken by … Continue reading

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ENCELAUS (ZOOM 2-3)

Image Credit & Copyright: NASA/JPL Cassini. Everyone really seemed to enjoy that image of ice moon Enceladus and Saturn so I think I’m going to turn this series into an impromptu ZOOM series. Sooooo let’s take a closer look at … Continue reading

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ENCELADUS (ZOOM 1-3)

Image Credit & Copyright: NASA/JPL Michael Benson/Kinetikon Pictures. As if it’s attempting to garner the attention of the mighty Saturn (72,367 miles in diameter), Enceladus (310 miles in diameter) vents vast liquid geysers deep into space from its south polar … Continue reading

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