Feb 23, 2018
We recently bade farewell to the Cassini spacecraft, which after 13 years of faithfully orbiting Saturn and its moons was directed to plunge into the giant planet’s atmosphere. The reason for the “grand finale” was to guard against the possibility that Cassini might crash into one of Saturn’s moonsProceed to the page: http://linkis.com/9nXR2qJ
After 13 years exploring Saturn, the probe went deep into the planet’s atmosphere for its explosive grand finale.
In a fitting farewell to the planet that had been its home for over 13 years, the international Cassini spacecraft took one last, lingering look at Saturn and the splendid rings during the final leg of its journey and snapped a series of images that has been assembled into this new mosaic…
Titan, Saturn’s largest moon at 5150 km across, looks small here, pictured to the right of the gas giant in this infrared image taken by the Cassini spacecraft.
ESA PR 03-2005. Today, after its seven-year journey through the Solar System on board the Cassini spacecraft, ESA’s Huygens probe has successfully descended through the atmosphere of Titan, Saturn’s largest moon, and safely landed on its surface.
Saturn’s moon Enceladus drifts before the rings and the tiny moon Pandora in this view that NASA’s Cassini spacecraft captured on Nov. 1, 2009.
These two green sea turtles were recently released back into the wild after two years. Kiwa and Oscar had been found on Ninety Mile Beach in New Zealand struggling to survive. The turtles were treated for infections, dehydration and cold shock.
Andy Borowitz jokes that Rex Tillerson, the recently fired Secretary of State, hopes that Donald Trump will learn of his own impeachment on Twitter.
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Researchers have developed a new device that can generate electricity from figure movement by harnessing triboelectric charging. This tiny tab could one day allow us to charge our devices without having to plug them into an outlet.
A new paper outlines objectives Scotland should strive to meet if it wants to emerge a world leader in renewable energy. The nation is already making progress toward that goal, thanks to an increased use of wind power and pledges to phase out fossil fuels.
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In commemoration of the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis’ election to the papacy, Penguin Random House has published a collection of the Pope’s reflections on the Our Father.
Is the Obamacare rip-off hurting consumers? The New York Times shows us that it is doing so.
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