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After two decades in space, our Cassini spacecraft has ended its journey of exploration. Having expended almost every bit of the rocket propellant it carried to Saturn, operators deliberately plunged Cassini into the planet to ensure Saturn's moons will remain pristine for future exploration—in particular, the ice-covered, ocean-bearing moon Enceladus, but also Titan, with its intriguing pre-biotic chemistry. 
As the spacecraft made its fateful dive into the planet's atmosphere, it sent home additional data in real time. Key measurements came from its mass spectrometer, which sampled Saturn's atmosphere, telling us about its composition until contact was lost. 
While it's always sad when a mission comes to an end, Cassini's finale plunge is a truly spectacular end for one of the most scientifically rich voyages yet undertaken in our solar system. To truly reveal the wonders of Saturn, we had to go there. 
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute 
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After two decades in space, our Cassini spacecraft has ended its journey of exploration. Having expended almost every bit of the rocket propellant it carried to Saturn, operators deliberately plunged Cassini into the planet to ensure Saturn's moons will remain pristine for future exploration—in particular, the ice-covered, ocean-bearing moon Enceladus, but also Titan, with its intriguing pre-biotic chemistry. As the spacecraft made its fateful dive into the planet's atmosphere, it sent home additional data in real time. Key measurements came from its mass spectrometer, which sampled Saturn's atmosphere, telling us about its composition until contact was lost. While it's always sad when a mission comes to an end, Cassini's finale plunge is a truly spectacular end for one of the most scientifically rich voyages yet undertaken in our solar system. To truly reveal the wonders of Saturn, we had to go there. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute @nasa @nasajpl #NASA  #Cassini  #GrandFinale  #GoodbyeCassini  #space  #science  #photography  #astronomy  #picoftheday 
After two decades in space, our Cassini spacecraft has ended its journey of exploration. Having expended almost every bit of the rocket propellant it carried to Saturn, operators deliberately plunged Cassini into the planet to ensure Saturn's moons will remain pristine for future exploration—in particular, the ice-covered, ocean-bearing moon Enceladus, but also Titan, with its intriguing pre-biotic chemistry. 
Swipe to explore some of Cassini’s final images that were sent to Earth in the hours before its final plunge. As the spacecraft made its fateful dive into the planet's atmosphere, it sent home additional data in real time. Key measurements came from its mass spectrometer, which sampled Saturn's atmosphere, telling us about its composition until contact was lost. 
While it's always sad when a mission comes to an end, Cassini's finale plunge is a truly spectacular end for one of the most scientifically rich voyages yet undertaken in our solar system. To truly reveal the wonders of Saturn, we had to go there. 
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute 
#NASA #Cassini #GrandFinale #GoodbyeCassini #space #science #photography #astronomy #picoftheday
After two decades in space, our Cassini spacecraft has ended its journey of exploration. Having expended almost every bit of the rocket propellant it carried to Saturn, operators deliberately plunged Cassini into the planet to ensure Saturn's moons will remain pristine for future exploration—in particular, the ice-covered, ocean-bearing moon Enceladus, but also Titan, with its intriguing pre-biotic chemistry. Swipe to explore some of Cassini’s final images that were sent to Earth in the hours before its final plunge. As the spacecraft made its fateful dive into the planet's atmosphere, it sent home additional data in real time. Key measurements came from its mass spectrometer, which sampled Saturn's atmosphere, telling us about its composition until contact was lost. While it's always sad when a mission comes to an end, Cassini's finale plunge is a truly spectacular end for one of the most scientifically rich voyages yet undertaken in our solar system. To truly reveal the wonders of Saturn, we had to go there. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute #NASA  #Cassini  #GrandFinale  #GoodbyeCassini  #space  #science  #photography  #astronomy  #picoftheday 
Cassini spacecraft has been studying Saturn for 20 years. During these years this tiny spacecraft has sent a huge amount of data, working and working until today. Today has been the last day, Cassini burned up in Saturn's atmosphere. Thank you so much for these 20 years of knowledge 💖 #GoodbyeCassini #GrandFinale #Cassini ///
La sonda Cassini ha estado estudiando Saturno desde hace 20 años. Durante estos años esta pequeña sonda ha estado enviando una ingente cantidad de datos, trabajando y trabajando hasta hoy. Hoy Cassini se ha desintegrado en la atmosfera de Saturno. Muchas gracias por estos 20 años de conocimiento 💖
Cassini spacecraft has been studying Saturn for 20 years. During these years this tiny spacecraft has sent a huge amount of data, working and working until today. Today has been the last day, Cassini burned up in Saturn's atmosphere. Thank you so much for these 20 years of knowledge 💖 #GoodbyeCassini  #GrandFinale  #Cassini  /// La sonda Cassini ha estado estudiando Saturno desde hace 20 años. Durante estos años esta pequeña sonda ha estado enviando una ingente cantidad de datos, trabajando y trabajando hasta hoy. Hoy Cassini se ha desintegrado en la atmosfera de Saturno. Muchas gracias por estos 20 años de conocimiento 💖
Our #Cassini spacecraft is now one with the planet it studied for so long. The rest is science. 
#GoodbyeCassini 
#GrandFinale #Cassini #saturn
Hoy, la misión de Cassini en Saturno terminó 🚀 ✨ 
Gracias por todo, explorador 😢 
#Cassini #Saturn #Space #NASA #Enceladus #Titan #Science #Pictoline #GrandFinale #GoodbyeCassini #Astronomy
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You are whole
even in your chaos 
crashing, burning up
as you are
me too
the question is only
what will we do
in the gravity of our 
wholeness ~
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#4am #poetry #goodbyecassini
~ You are whole even in your chaos crashing, burning up as you are me too the question is only what will we do in the gravity of our wholeness ~ ~ ~ #4am  #poetry  #goodbyecassini 
Highlighting some of Cassini's best for #spacesaturday! Since its arrival in 2004, the Cassini-Huygens mission has been a discovery machine, revolutionizing our knowledge of the Saturn system and captivating us with data and images never before obtained with such detail and clarity.
On Sept. 15, 2017, operators deliberately plunged the spacecraft into Saturn, as Cassini gathered science until the end. The “plunge” ensures Saturn’s moons will remain pristine for future exploration. 💫

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute 
#NASA #Cassini #GrandFinale #GoodbyeCassini #space #science #photography #astronomy #picoftheday #abstract #solarsystem
Highlighting some of Cassini's best for #spacesaturday ! Since its arrival in 2004, the Cassini-Huygens mission has been a discovery machine, revolutionizing our knowledge of the Saturn system and captivating us with data and images never before obtained with such detail and clarity. On Sept. 15, 2017, operators deliberately plunged the spacecraft into Saturn, as Cassini gathered science until the end. The “plunge” ensures Saturn’s moons will remain pristine for future exploration. 💫 Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute #NASA  #Cassini  #GrandFinale  #GoodbyeCassini  #space  #science  #photography  #astronomy  #picoftheday  #abstract  #solarsystem 
After 2 decades in space, our Cassini spacecraft reached the end of its remarkable journey of exploration this morning. #GoodbyeCassini
After 2 decades in space, our Cassini spacecraft reached the end of its remarkable journey of exploration this morning. #GoodbyeCassini 
Those rings tho 💖 Taken by #Cassini Sept 13, 2017 😔 #GoodbyeCassini #CassiniInspires #Saturn #weloveyoucassini
After more than 13 years at Saturn, @nasa's #Cassini spacecraft bid farewell by capturing this last, full mosaic of Saturn and its rings on Sept. 13, two days before the spacecraft's dramatic plunge into the planet's atmosphere. .
(Photo courtesy: NASA)
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#NASA #Cassini #GoodbyeCassini #Saturn
After more than 13 years at Saturn, @nasa's #Cassini  spacecraft bid farewell by capturing this last, full mosaic of Saturn and its rings on Sept. 13, two days before the spacecraft's dramatic plunge into the planet's atmosphere. . (Photo courtesy: NASA) . #NASA  #Cassini  #GoodbyeCassini  #Saturn 
‘Cassini’ by @wolfandbear.co⠀
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New post going up on the blog this week featuring this talented duo!
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This one is for the galaxy lovers 🚀
‘Cassini’ by @wolfandbear.co⠀ ...⠀ New post going up on the blog this week featuring this talented duo! ✨ This one is for the galaxy lovers 🚀
Saturn on September 17, 2017.
Nearly 800,000 million miles away.
#saturn #nightsky #space #solarsystem #stargazing #astrophotography #telescopes #vermont #planets #goodbyecassini #darkness #bsqvt
人类啊,你们这么弱,你们只配活着#cassini#goodbyecassini
Tbt to my little family of ceramic exoplanets......(I don't miss the 2 weeks of blood, sweat, and tears battling with the 3D printer, but I do miss all the research, especially getting to delve into the Kepler exoplanet archive, & some of the Cassini research papers. Plus the enormous sense of satisfaction that they survived the kiln.)
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Each ceramic planet is 960,000,000 : 1 scale of approximate actual size, and made of a mix of clay and soil - with the soil collected from locations in England relative to the planets approx. distance from earth (Winchester).
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#scienceart #sculpture #ceramics #3dprinting #art #science #space #photography #astronomy #planet #conceptualart #winchesterschoolofart #minimalist #gameoftones #cassini #kepler #physics #astrophysics #outerspace #goodbyecassini #graphicarts #wsa #sciencerocks
Tbt to my little family of ceramic exoplanets......(I don't miss the 2 weeks of blood, sweat, and tears battling with the 3D printer, but I do miss all the research, especially getting to delve into the Kepler exoplanet archive, & some of the Cassini research papers. Plus the enormous sense of satisfaction that they survived the kiln.) . . Each ceramic planet is 960,000,000 : 1 scale of approximate actual size, and made of a mix of clay and soil - with the soil collected from locations in England relative to the planets approx. distance from earth (Winchester). . . . . . #scienceart  #sculpture  #ceramics  #3dprinting  #art  #science  #space  #photography  #astronomy  #planet  #conceptualart  #winchesterschoolofart  #minimalist  #gameoftones  #cassini  #kepler  #physics  #astrophysics  #outerspace  #goodbyecassini  #graphicarts  #wsa  #sciencerocks 
15го сентября,зонд «Кассини» завершил свою двадцатилетнюю миссию по исследованию планеты Сатурн. Зонд был запущен усилиями 27 стран в октябре 1997года.
#cassiniii #mocassini #olegcassiniau #cassini #goodbyecassini #olegcassini #cassinisaturn #cassinii #cassinispacecraft #cassiniinspires #spaceshipearth #spacejams #spaceage #spacejam #spaceart #spaceman #spaceneedle #spaceibiza #spacegrey #spacemarines #spaceshuttle #spaceinvader #spacecraft #spacetravel #spacers #spaceeffect #топ #космос #конец #spacer
15го сентября,зонд «Кассини» завершил свою двадцатилетнюю миссию по исследованию планеты Сатурн. Зонд был запущен усилиями 27 стран в октябре 1997года. #cassiniii  #mocassini  #olegcassiniau  #cassini  #goodbyecassini  #olegcassini  #cassinisaturn  #cassinii  #cassinispacecraft  #cassiniinspires  #spaceshipearth  #spacejams  #spaceage  #spacejam  #spaceart  #spaceman  #spaceneedle  #spaceibiza  #spacegrey  #spacemarines  #spaceshuttle  #spaceinvader  #spacecraft  #spacetravel  #spacers  #spaceeffect  #топ  #космос  #конец  #spacer 
Desde el 15 de septiembre despedimos a cassini 💕la tecnología es de gran ayuda para saber más sobre los misterios del universo 🌌 en #espex nos encargamos del resto 😉
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Hoy, la misión de Cassini en Saturno terminó 🚀 ✨ 
Gracias por todo, explorador 😢 
#Cassini #Saturn #Space #NASA #Enceladus #Titan #Science #Pictoline #GrandFinale #GoodbyeCassini #Astronomy
#goodbyecassini
After working 20 years the NASA's spacecraft Cassini completed its finals.
On 15 Oct. 1997 it was lauching from earth by NASA.  In 2004 Cassini arrived at Saturn with Passenger "Huigyen Probe" which have land at biggest natural satellite of saturn which is TITAN. Cassini discovered 6 new natural satellites of Saturn. And liquid methane and Steam blasts on new. natural satellite ENCELADUS. It is also a moon in which life could be exist. It also found some secret rings of saturn. And In April 2017 after 20 years of working The cassini's grand finale begins. Cassini have to dive in space between saturn crust and its rings, after 22 revolution, On 15 Sept. 2017 In cosmic glory cassini burn up like a meteor. 
Cassini travelled #7.9billionKm
#294orbits around sun
#453,048images sent from its 1mega pixel black and white camera
#120,000kmph death dive 
#5000 scientists from #27nation
#$3.9billion final price tag.
Now cassini is nothing except a part of saturn.
#goodbyecassini  After working 20 years the NASA's spacecraft Cassini completed its finals. On 15 Oct. 1997 it was lauching from earth by NASA. In 2004 Cassini arrived at Saturn with Passenger "Huigyen Probe" which have land at biggest natural satellite of saturn which is TITAN. Cassini discovered 6 new natural satellites of Saturn. And liquid methane and Steam blasts on new. natural satellite ENCELADUS. It is also a moon in which life could be exist. It also found some secret rings of saturn. And In April 2017 after 20 years of working The cassini's grand finale begins. Cassini have to dive in space between saturn crust and its rings, after 22 revolution, On 15 Sept. 2017 In cosmic glory cassini burn up like a meteor. Cassini travelled #7 .9billionKm #294orbits  around sun #453 ,048images sent from its 1mega pixel black and white camera #120 ,000kmph death dive #5000  scientists from #27nation  #$3.9billion final price tag. Now cassini is nothing except a part of saturn.
Encelade, lune de Saturne
présente un océan d'eau liquide sous sa surface.
Une étude parue dans "Nature Astronomy" a démontré que la région de son pôle sud était plus chaude que prévue, ce qui laisse présager que l'océan se situe à cet endroit à seulement quelques mètres de la surface, beaucoup plus près que ce que l'on pouvait penser

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Encelade, lune de Saturne présente un océan d'eau liquide sous sa surface. Une étude parue dans "Nature Astronomy" a démontré que la région de son pôle sud était plus chaude que prévue, ce qui laisse présager que l'océan se situe à cet endroit à seulement quelques mètres de la surface, beaucoup plus près que ce que l'on pouvait penser Repost from @nasa
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After two decades in space, our Cassini spacecraft has ended it's journey of exploration. @nasa Cassini spacecraft made its final approach to Saturn and dove into the planet's atmosphere on Friday, Sept. 15. Loss of contact with the Cassini spacecraft took place on Sept. 15 at 7:55:46 a.m. EDT (4:55:46 a.m. PDT).
Full video: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
#nasa #cassini #space #astronomy #science #spacecraft #Goodbyecassini
. After two decades in space, our Cassini spacecraft has ended it's journey of exploration. @nasa Cassini spacecraft made its final approach to Saturn and dove into the planet's atmosphere on Friday, Sept. 15. Loss of contact with the Cassini spacecraft took place on Sept. 15 at 7:55:46 a.m. EDT (4:55:46 a.m. PDT). Full video: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory #nasa  #cassini  #space  #astronomy  #science  #spacecraft  #Goodbyecassini 
Goodbye ole friend... #Repost @explorenasa After two decades in space, our Cassini spacecraft has ended its journey of exploration. Having expended almost every bit of the rocket propellant it carried to Saturn, operators deliberately plunged Cassini into the planet to ensure Saturn's moons will remain pristine for future exploration—in particular, the ice-covered, ocean-bearing moon Enceladus, but also Titan, with its intriguing pre-biotic chemistry. 
As the spacecraft made its fateful dive into the planet's atmosphere, it sent home additional data in real time. Key measurements came from its mass spectrometer, which sampled Saturn's atmosphere, telling us about its composition until contact was lost. 
While it's always sad when a mission comes to an end, Cassini's finale plunge is a truly spectacular end for one of the most scientifically rich voyages yet undertaken in our solar system. To truly reveal the wonders of Saturn, we had to go there. 
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute 
@nasa @nasajpl 
#NASA #Cassini #GrandFinale #GoodbyeCassini #space #science #photography #astronomy #picoftheday
Goodbye ole friend... #Repost  @explorenasa After two decades in space, our Cassini spacecraft has ended its journey of exploration. Having expended almost every bit of the rocket propellant it carried to Saturn, operators deliberately plunged Cassini into the planet to ensure Saturn's moons will remain pristine for future exploration—in particular, the ice-covered, ocean-bearing moon Enceladus, but also Titan, with its intriguing pre-biotic chemistry. As the spacecraft made its fateful dive into the planet's atmosphere, it sent home additional data in real time. Key measurements came from its mass spectrometer, which sampled Saturn's atmosphere, telling us about its composition until contact was lost. While it's always sad when a mission comes to an end, Cassini's finale plunge is a truly spectacular end for one of the most scientifically rich voyages yet undertaken in our solar system. To truly reveal the wonders of Saturn, we had to go there. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute @nasa @nasajpl #NASA  #Cassini  #GrandFinale  #GoodbyeCassini  #space  #science  #photography  #astronomy  #picoftheday 
Could Space Debris Become a Hazard? (See full video: https://buff.ly/2fzLJJc) 
An ever-growing cloud of satellites, derelict rocket parts and decommissioned spacecraft is circling the earth, raising the risk of costly orbital collisions. 
太空碎片可能酿成怎样的灾难? (完整视频:https://buff.ly/2fzLJJc)

自1957年第一颗人造地球卫星上天后,已有超过5,200颗卫星被发射进入绕地轨道。如今,受到卫星小型化和发射成本下降的驱动,上百颗小型卫星计划在未来几个月中发射。而废弃航天器的残骸和碎片可能引发噩梦般的“凯斯勒症候群”。 #wsj #video #videos #cassini #nasa #sky #universe #documentry #space #saturn #love #planet #GrandFinale #GoodbyeCassini #space #science  #astronomy #satellites #rocket #spacecraft #earth #orbital
Could Space Debris Become a Hazard? (See full video: https://buff.ly/2fzLJJc) An ever-growing cloud of satellites, derelict rocket parts and decommissioned spacecraft is circling the earth, raising the risk of costly orbital collisions. 太空碎片可能酿成怎样的灾难? (完整视频:https://buff.ly/2fzLJJc) 自1957年第一颗人造地球卫星上天后,已有超过5,200颗卫星被发射进入绕地轨道。如今,受到卫星小型化和发射成本下降的驱动,上百颗小型卫星计划在未来几个月中发射。而废弃航天器的残骸和碎片可能引发噩梦般的“凯斯勒症候群”。 #wsj  #video  #videos  #cassini  #nasa  #sky  #universe  #documentry  #space  #saturn  #love  #planet  #GrandFinale  #GoodbyeCassini  #space  #science  #astronomy  #satellites  #rocket  #spacecraft  #earth  #orbital 
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Look up tonight. Find #Saturn. Use an app, check online or ask a friend to point it out. Think about #Cassini. Its not be there anymore, but it's there! For the last 13 years, every time you looked up at the night sky it was there so look up tonight, find Saturn, and give Cassini a smile.
Thanks to @arielwaldman, @tweetsoutloud and @radjanirad to joined us in Cassini's #GrandFinale from @nasajpl in #Tehran.
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چیزی که #کاسینی و پیش اون وُیجر به ما آموخت، #نقطه_آبی_کم‌رنگ بود؛ جاییکه دنیای کوچک ما با تمام اختلاف‌ها و تفاوت‌ها فقط لکه کوچک و تنها، روی لباس تاریک این جهان به نظر میرسه. کاسینی و کاسینی ها می آیند و می‌روند و ما می‌مانیمُ هاله ی آبی کمرنگ...
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«...دوباره به این نقطه نگاه کنید. همین جا. #خانه اینجاست. ما اینجاییم. تمام کسانی که دوستشان دارید٬ تمام کسانی که می شناسید٬ تمام کسانی که تابحال چیزی در موردشان شنیده اید٬ تمام کسانی که وجود داشته اند٬ #زندگی شان را در اینجا سپری کرده اند. برآیندِ تمام خوشی ها و رنج های ما در همین #نقطه جمع شده است. هزاران مذهب٬ ایدئولوژی و دکترین اقتصادی که آفرینندگانشان از صحت آنها کاملا مطمئن بوده اند٬ تمامی شکارچیان و صیادان٬ تمامی قهرمانان و بزدلان٬ تمامی آفرینندگان و ویران کنندگان تمدن٬ تمامی پادشاهان و رعایا٬ تمامی زوج های جوان #عاشق٬ تمامی پدران و مادران٬ کودکان امیدوار٬ مخترعان و کاشفان٬ تمامی معلمان اخلاق٬ تمامی #سیاستمداران فاسد٬ تمامی «ابرستاره ها»٬ تمامی رهبران کبیر٬ تمامی قدیسان و گناهکاران در تاریخِ گونه ما٬ آنجا زیسته اند٬ در این #ذره_غبار که در فضای بیکران در مقابل اشعه خورشید شناور است.»
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#روز_صلح

#palebluedot #carlsagan #goodbyecassini
° Look up tonight. Find #Saturn . Use an app, check online or ask a friend to point it out. Think about #Cassini . Its not be there anymore, but it's there! For the last 13 years, every time you looked up at the night sky it was there so look up tonight, find Saturn, and give Cassini a smile. Thanks to @arielwaldman, @tweetsoutloud and @radjanirad to joined us in Cassini's #GrandFinale  from @nasajpl in #Tehran . • چیزی که #کاسینی  و پیش اون وُیجر به ما آموخت، #نقطه_آبی_کم ‌رنگ بود؛ جاییکه دنیای کوچک ما با تمام اختلاف‌ها و تفاوت‌ها فقط لکه کوچک و تنها، روی لباس تاریک این جهان به نظر میرسه. کاسینی و کاسینی ها می آیند و می‌روند و ما می‌مانیمُ هاله ی آبی کمرنگ... • • • «...دوباره به این نقطه نگاه کنید. همین جا. #خانه  اینجاست. ما اینجاییم. تمام کسانی که دوستشان دارید٬ تمام کسانی که می شناسید٬ تمام کسانی که تابحال چیزی در موردشان شنیده اید٬ تمام کسانی که وجود داشته اند٬ #زندگی  شان را در اینجا سپری کرده اند. برآیندِ تمام خوشی ها و رنج های ما در همین #نقطه  جمع شده است. هزاران مذهب٬ ایدئولوژی و دکترین اقتصادی که آفرینندگانشان از صحت آنها کاملا مطمئن بوده اند٬ تمامی شکارچیان و صیادان٬ تمامی قهرمانان و بزدلان٬ تمامی آفرینندگان و ویران کنندگان تمدن٬ تمامی پادشاهان و رعایا٬ تمامی زوج های جوان #عاشق ٬ تمامی پدران و مادران٬ کودکان امیدوار٬ مخترعان و کاشفان٬ تمامی معلمان اخلاق٬ تمامی #سیاستمداران  فاسد٬ تمامی «ابرستاره ها»٬ تمامی رهبران کبیر٬ تمامی قدیسان و گناهکاران در تاریخِ گونه ما٬ آنجا زیسته اند٬ در این #ذره_غبار  که در فضای بیکران در مقابل اشعه خورشید شناور است.» • #روز_صلح  #palebluedot  #carlsagan  #goodbyecassini 
September 15th, 4:54 a.m. PDT: an end to the landmark 930 million mile journey 
@nasa #goodbyecassini #cassini #NASA #astronomy
My first ever piñata artwork! The satellite spacecraft Cassini met its untimely end last Friday when it was ceremoniously purposefully crashed into Saturn's atmosphere ending its decades long mission. What better way to portray it then as an artwork meant to be destroyed. Unfortunately I may have made it too well. It got banged up to be sure but not enough to make the candy fall out. Part of the Goodbye Cassini show last week at Con Artist Collective. #goodbyecassini #cassini #cassinihuygens #spacecraft #pinata #piñata #spacemission #ripcassini #josefpinlac #josefpinlacart #art #artpiñata #science #conartistcollective #conartistnyc #les #lowereastside #nyc #newyorkcity
My first ever piñata artwork! The satellite spacecraft Cassini met its untimely end last Friday when it was ceremoniously purposefully crashed into Saturn's atmosphere ending its decades long mission. What better way to portray it then as an artwork meant to be destroyed. Unfortunately I may have made it too well. It got banged up to be sure but not enough to make the candy fall out. Part of the Goodbye Cassini show last week at Con Artist Collective. #goodbyecassini  #cassini  #cassinihuygens  #spacecraft  #pinata  #piñata  #spacemission  #ripcassini  #josefpinlac  #josefpinlacart  #art  #artpiñata  #science  #conartistcollective  #conartistnyc  #les  #lowereastside  #nyc  #newyorkcity 
¡Esta noche en el Club Astronómico de Santiago🌌🔭! •	Comentaremos las rutas de los huracanes🌎🌪 que se están desarrollando actualmente.
•	Retomaremos el tema de la Sonda Espacial Cassini🚀🛰, compartiendo las noticias más importantes desde que ocurrió el final de su misión cuando cayó en la atmósfera de Saturno, el pasado 15 de septiembre.
•	Observaremos la Nebulosa del Anillo💫 desde nuestro observatorio, y miraremos el Triángulo de Verano✨ desde la azotea🌃 del club. ¡Ven y disfruta junto a nosotros de las maravillas del universo! 😲😃 Te esperamos hoy martes, a las 8:00 de la noche, en nuestro local de los Cerros de Gurabo (ver ubicación en la biografía de esta cuenta). Créditos de imágenes:

a)	Un ciclón tropical observado desde la Estación Espacial Internacional. Fuente: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Maysak_seen_from_the_ISS_6.jpg
b)	Ilustración artística de la Sonda Espacial Cassini orbitando el planeta Saturno. Fuente: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrGAQCq9BMU
c)	Modelo interactivo y en 3D de la Sonda Espacial Cassini, disponible en https://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/the-journey/the-spacecraft/
d)	La Nebulosa del Anillo, fotografiada desde un telescopio amateur (comparar con la imagen de la publicación anterior). Fuente: https://stilllookingup.wordpress.com/nebula/the-ring-nebula/ 
e)	Estrellas que conforman el “Triángulo de Verano”. Fuente: http://earthsky.org/?p=13975

#Huracan #Cassini #Saturno #ClubAstronomico #NASA #JPL #Nebulosa #Astronomía #Telescopios #Observatorio #Universo #Cosmos #Santiago #RepúblicaDominicana #Hurricane #GoodByeCassini #SpaceProbe #Saturn #Nebula #RingNebula #Astronomy #AstronomyClub #Observatory #Telescopes #Universe #Space #Stars #DominicanRepublic
¡Esta noche en el Club Astronómico de Santiago🌌🔭! • Comentaremos las rutas de los huracanes🌎🌪 que se están desarrollando actualmente. • Retomaremos el tema de la Sonda Espacial Cassini🚀🛰, compartiendo las noticias más importantes desde que ocurrió el final de su misión cuando cayó en la atmósfera de Saturno, el pasado 15 de septiembre. • Observaremos la Nebulosa del Anillo💫 desde nuestro observatorio, y miraremos el Triángulo de Verano✨ desde la azotea🌃 del club. ¡Ven y disfruta junto a nosotros de las maravillas del universo! 😲😃 Te esperamos hoy martes, a las 8:00 de la noche, en nuestro local de los Cerros de Gurabo (ver ubicación en la biografía de esta cuenta). Créditos de imágenes: a) Un ciclón tropical observado desde la Estación Espacial Internacional. Fuente: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Maysak_seen_from_the_ISS_6.jpg b) Ilustración artística de la Sonda Espacial Cassini orbitando el planeta Saturno. Fuente: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xrGAQCq9BMU c) Modelo interactivo y en 3D de la Sonda Espacial Cassini, disponible en https://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/the-journey/the-spacecraft/ d) La Nebulosa del Anillo, fotografiada desde un telescopio amateur (comparar con la imagen de la publicación anterior). Fuente: https://stilllookingup.wordpress.com/nebula/the-ring-nebula/ e) Estrellas que conforman el “Triángulo de Verano”. Fuente: http://earthsky.org/?p=13975 #Huracan  #Cassini  #Saturno  #ClubAstronomico  #NASA  #JPL  #Nebulosa  #Astronomía  #Telescopios  #Observatorio  #Universo  #Cosmos  #Santiago  #RepúblicaDominicana  #Hurricane  #GoodByeCassini  #SpaceProbe  #Saturn  #Nebula  #RingNebula  #Astronomy  #AstronomyClub  #Observatory  #Telescopes  #Universe  #Space  #Stars  #DominicanRepublic 
A little old-collage-ode to spacecraft Cassini #space #goodbyecassini #nasa #saturn #farwell #solarsystem #cassinigrandfinale #astronomy #rings #collage #kiss #orbit
Just watched something about Cassini's journey & I am in awe of how amazing it was. It makes you feel so small but so in wonder of life beyond our own little backyard 
#repost @nasa After two decades in space, our Cassini spacecraft has ended its journey of exploration. Having expended almost every bit of the rocket propellant it carried to Saturn, operators deliberately plunged Cassini into the planet to ensure Saturn's moons will remain pristine for future exploration—in particular, the ice-covered, ocean-bearing moon Enceladus, but also Titan, with its intriguing pre-biotic chemistry. 
Swipe to explore some of Cassini’s final images that were sent to Earth in the hours before its final plunge. As the spacecraft made its fateful dive into the planet's atmosphere, it sent home additional data in real time. Key measurements came from its mass spectrometer, which sampled Saturn's atmosphere, telling us about its composition until contact was lost. 
While it's always sad when a mission comes to an end, Cassini's finale plunge is a truly spectacular end for one of the most scientifically rich voyages yet undertaken in our solar system. To truly reveal the wonders of Saturn, we had to go there. 
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute 
#NASA #Cassini #GrandFinale #GoodbyeCassini #space #science #photography #astronomy #picoftheday
Just watched something about Cassini's journey & I am in awe of how amazing it was. It makes you feel so small but so in wonder of life beyond our own little backyard #repost  @nasa After two decades in space, our Cassini spacecraft has ended its journey of exploration. Having expended almost every bit of the rocket propellant it carried to Saturn, operators deliberately plunged Cassini into the planet to ensure Saturn's moons will remain pristine for future exploration—in particular, the ice-covered, ocean-bearing moon Enceladus, but also Titan, with its intriguing pre-biotic chemistry. Swipe to explore some of Cassini’s final images that were sent to Earth in the hours before its final plunge. As the spacecraft made its fateful dive into the planet's atmosphere, it sent home additional data in real time. Key measurements came from its mass spectrometer, which sampled Saturn's atmosphere, telling us about its composition until contact was lost. While it's always sad when a mission comes to an end, Cassini's finale plunge is a truly spectacular end for one of the most scientifically rich voyages yet undertaken in our solar system. To truly reveal the wonders of Saturn, we had to go there. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute #NASA  #Cassini  #GrandFinale  #GoodbyeCassini  #space  #science  #photography  #astronomy  #picoftheday 
De la cuenta en Instagram del JET Propulsion Laboratory de la NASA tomamos esta foto de Saturno capturada por la nave Cassini. Desde el pasado viernes la sonda y el planeta son uno solo.
#GoodByeCassini
#GrandFinale
#Cassini
#Saturn
#Ciencia
#astronomia
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The Principles of Uncertainty #worksandprocessattheguggenheim #goodbyecassini #mairakalman #danceheginbotham #worksandprocess
My people! 🤓🚀😍 #NASASocial #GoodbyeCassini
The vortex at Saturn's north pole from Cassini. #goodbyecassini #astronomy
Two amazing pictures from Cassini of the plumes of #Enceladus #goodbyecassini #astronomy
The last image that Cassini took. #goodbyecassini #astronomy
#GoodbyeCassini the pictures and data collected will forever remain within the eyes of many as you and the planet Saturn rise in the night sky as scientists (aspiring and already) glance towards the glowing celestial body with curiosity and are left to question, wonder and push the limit to understand more🌠
#GoodbyeCassini  the pictures and data collected will forever remain within the eyes of many as you and the planet Saturn rise in the night sky as scientists (aspiring and already) glance towards the glowing celestial body with curiosity and are left to question, wonder and push the limit to understand more🌠
Cassini control booth at JPL. #goodbyecassini
NASA's Cassini-Huygens mission to Saturn 1997-2017 #nasa #nasajpl #europeanspaceagency #cassini #huygens #GoodByeCassini #saturn
Watching Horizon Goodbye Cassini. Obsessed. Totally want to be a flight engineer who's spent seven years waiting for orbit. Looked like the greatest high on earth. 🚀#horizon #cassini #goodbyecassini #hellosaturn #saturn
Earth can be seen as a blue dot underneath the rings of Saturn in this image taken by the Cassini spacecraft. The Day the Earth Smiled refers to July 19, 2013, the date on which the Cassinispacecraft turned to image Saturn, its entire ring system, and the Earth, during an eclipse of the Sun. #saturn #earth #cassini #goodbyecassini https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/cassini/multimedia/pia17171.html
Earth can be seen as a blue dot underneath the rings of Saturn in this image taken by the Cassini spacecraft. The Day the Earth Smiled refers to July 19, 2013, the date on which the Cassinispacecraft turned to image Saturn, its entire ring system, and the Earth, during an eclipse of the Sun. #saturn  #earth  #cassini  #goodbyecassini  https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/cassini/multimedia/pia17171.html
My latest image processing and composite of Saturn using raw images from Cassini's Grand Finale, captured on September 13th...some of the last data we received from the spacecraft before it plunged into the great gas giant and the last close-up view we'll have of Saturn for a while. [Raw image data provided by NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute]  #CassiniInspires #SciArt #SpaceArt
My latest image processing and composite of Saturn using raw images from Cassini's Grand Finale, captured on September 13th...some of the last data we received from the spacecraft before it plunged into the great gas giant and the last close-up view we'll have of Saturn for a while. [Raw image data provided by NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute] #CassiniInspires  #SciArt  #SpaceArt 
Thank you for the science! 
#Repost @nasa (@get_repost)
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After two decades in space, our Cassini spacecraft has ended its journey of exploration. Having expended almost every bit of the rocket propellant it carried to Saturn, operators deliberately plunged Cassini into the planet to ensure Saturn's moons will remain pristine for future exploration—in particular, the ice-covered, ocean-bearing moon Enceladus, but also Titan, with its intriguing pre-biotic chemistry. 
Swipe to explore some of Cassini’s final images that were sent to Earth in the hours before its final plunge. As the spacecraft made its fateful dive into the planet's atmosphere, it sent home additional data in real time. Key measurements came from its mass spectrometer, which sampled Saturn's atmosphere, telling us about its composition until contact was lost. 
While it's always sad when a mission comes to an end, Cassini's finale plunge is a truly spectacular end for one of the most scientifically rich voyages yet undertaken in our solar system. To truly reveal the wonders of Saturn, we had to go there. 
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute 
#NASA #Cassini #GrandFinale #GoodbyeCassini #space #science #photography #astronomy #picoftheday #STEM #Explore
Thank you for the science! #Repost  @nasa (@get_repost) ・・・ After two decades in space, our Cassini spacecraft has ended its journey of exploration. Having expended almost every bit of the rocket propellant it carried to Saturn, operators deliberately plunged Cassini into the planet to ensure Saturn's moons will remain pristine for future exploration—in particular, the ice-covered, ocean-bearing moon Enceladus, but also Titan, with its intriguing pre-biotic chemistry. Swipe to explore some of Cassini’s final images that were sent to Earth in the hours before its final plunge. As the spacecraft made its fateful dive into the planet's atmosphere, it sent home additional data in real time. Key measurements came from its mass spectrometer, which sampled Saturn's atmosphere, telling us about its composition until contact was lost. While it's always sad when a mission comes to an end, Cassini's finale plunge is a truly spectacular end for one of the most scientifically rich voyages yet undertaken in our solar system. To truly reveal the wonders of Saturn, we had to go there. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute #NASA  #Cassini  #GrandFinale  #GoodbyeCassini  #space  #science  #photography  #astronomy  #picoftheday  #STEM  #Explore 
Le grand final de Cassini. Nouvel article sur les découvertes qu'il nous a apporté.
Crédits: nasa
Le grand final de Cassini. Nouvel article sur les découvertes qu'il nous a apporté. Crédits: nasa
In its final hours, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft returned these last looks at Saturn, its rings and moons, as it prepared to end its nearly 20-year voyage in space. This video includes the final image Cassini took, which shows the cloud tops where it would later plunge into the atmosphere.

Credit: @nasa @nasajpl @explorenasa

#NASA #Cassini #GrandFinale #GoodbyeCassini #space #science #jpl #nasajpl #Saturn #planet #planetsaturn #CassiniSaturn #cassinispacecraft #spacecraft #GrandFinale #20yearsofscience #NASAHistory #esahistory #huygens #cassinihuygens #farewellcassini
In its final hours, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft returned these last looks at Saturn, its rings and moons, as it prepared to end its nearly 20-year voyage in space. This video includes the final image Cassini took, which shows the cloud tops where it would later plunge into the atmosphere. Credit: @nasa @nasajpl @explorenasa #NASA  #Cassini  #GrandFinale  #GoodbyeCassini  #space  #science  #jpl  #nasajpl  #Saturn  #planet  #planetsaturn  #CassiniSaturn  #cassinispacecraft  #spacecraft  #GrandFinale  #20yearsofscience  #NASAHistory  #esahistory  #huygens  #cassinihuygens  #farewellcassini 
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Our #Cassini spacecraft is now one with the planet it studied for so long. The rest is science. 
#GoodbyeCassini 
#GrandFinale #Cassini #saturn
I'd like to imagine that when #cassini crash landed into #saturn a couple days ago, it realized that the rings were actually a #flattrack and there were #alien #superhooligan #shenanigans happening.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft made its final approach to Saturn and dove into the planet's atmosphere on Friday, Sept. 15. Loss of contact with the Cassini spacecraft took place on Sept. 15 at 7:55:46 a.m. EDT (4:55:46 a.m. PDT). This image was created from frames taken during the Cassini spacecraft's close approaches to Enceladus on March 9 and July 14, 2005. 
Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute
#nasa #msfc #marshallspaceflightcenter #jpl #jetpropulsionlaboratory #saturn #planets #cassini #GrandFinale #GoodbyeCassini #enceladus
NASA's Cassini spacecraft made its final approach to Saturn and dove into the planet's atmosphere on Friday, Sept. 15. Loss of contact with the Cassini spacecraft took place on Sept. 15 at 7:55:46 a.m. EDT (4:55:46 a.m. PDT). This image was created from frames taken during the Cassini spacecraft's close approaches to Enceladus on March 9 and July 14, 2005. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute #nasa  #msfc  #marshallspaceflightcenter  #jpl  #jetpropulsionlaboratory  #saturn  #planets  #cassini  #GrandFinale  #GoodbyeCassini  #enceladus 
Can you not love Saturn? #goodbyecassini
I drew a little tribute to Cassini! Goodbye little pal, I hope you may travel another 4.9 billion miles 🔭✨
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#cassini #nasa #doodle #drawing #ink #saturn #science #goodbyecassini #tribute