A Spacecraft Just Flew Between Saturn And Its Rings For The First Time Ever—And There Are Images

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NASA's 20-year Cassini Spacecraft mission is finally coming to an end. During those years Cassini has done a spectacular job gathering data from one of the massive gas giants in our solar system. Cassini has also captured some breathtaking views of Saturn and its moons. Now according to NASA, on Sunday, the spacecraft officially started the last leg of its mission, which will ultimately take it so close to Saturn that the planet's gravity will bring it down and burn it to pieces.


Three shots of Saturn's atmosphere taken by Cassini
Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute



Yes I know that sounds a little sad but during this Cassini will captured more pictures of Saturn. Cassini just flew between Saturn and its rings for the first time ever and sent us some pictures. These pictures are added in the article here. And I warn you people to be ready for more and these upcoming pictures will be the best ever. So keep visiting us and we will keep you updated. 




Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute
What's going on down there? Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

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