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November 07, 2013
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Cassini Swings Above Saturn to Compose a Portrait
Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 31, 2013
It's a view as good as gold. A loop high above Saturn by NASA's Cassini spacecraft revealed this stately view of the golden-hued planet and its main rings. The observation and resulting image mosaic were planned as one of three images for Cassini's 2013 Scientist for a Day essay contest. The contest challenges students to study three possible targets and write about which one they think will yield the best science. Today is the last day for U.S. submissions and the Cassini mission has already star ... read more
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UI Researchers Help Decode New View of Saturn's Moon Titan, Contribute to Cassini Mission
A team of NASA researchers around the nation, including scientists at the University of Idaho, revealed this week a new view of Saturn's moon Titan. With the sun now shining down over Titan, a ... more
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Cassini Gets New Views of Titan's Land of Lakes
With the sun now shining down over the north pole of Saturn's moon Titan, a little luck with the weather, and trajectories that put the spacecraft into optimal viewing positions, NASA's Cassini spac ... more
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The active Sun boosts Titan's outer atmosphere
The NASA-ESA-ASI Cassini spacecraft has been observing the Saturn system, including the giant satellite Titan, for more than 9 years. A detailed analysis of Cassini data has now confirmed prediction ... more
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Cassini Finds Ingredient of Household Plastic in Space
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has detected propylene, a chemical used to make food-storage containers, car bumpers and other consumer products, on Saturn's moon Titan. This is the first definitive detec ... more


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Cassini finds ingredient of household plastic on Saturn moon
The Cassini spacecraft has detected propylene, an ingredient in household plastics, on Saturn's moon, Titan, the U.S. space said Monday. ... more
The Year In Space
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Long-Stressed Europa Likely Off-Kilter at One Time
By analyzing the distinctive cracks lining the icy face of Europa, NASA scientists found evidence that this moon of Jupiter likely spun around a tilted axis at some point. This tilt could infl ... more
EXO LIFE

Insights into evolution of life on Earth from 1 of Saturn's moons
Glimpses of the events that nurtured life on Earth more than 3.5 billion years ago are coming from an unlikely venue almost 1 billion miles away, according to the leader of an effort to understand T ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
Revealed: the Pentagon's secret UFO-hunting program

NATO urges Russia to respond to US missile concerns

N.Korea must 'earn its way back to table,' Tillerson tells UN

China sidesteps blame over S. Korean journalist's beating

US envoy says 'real dialogue' needed with N. Korea

Mattis emphasizes diplomacy in dealing with Iran

N. Korea 'agent' charged with WMD sale plot in Australia

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Massive storm pulls water and ammonia ices from Saturn's depths
Once every 30 years or so, or roughly one Saturnian year, a monster storm rips across the northern hemisphere of the ringed planet. In 2010, the most recent and only the sixth giant storm on Saturn ... more
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Massive storm on Saturn throws water ice high in atmosphere
Water ice dredged up from deep in Saturn's atmosphere by a monster storm marks the first time such ice has been detected so high, U.S. scientists say. ... more
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New Cassini data from Titan indicate a rigid, weathered ice shell
An analysis of gravity and topography data from Saturn's largest moon, Titan, has revealed unexpected features of the moon's outer ice shell. The best explanation for the findings, the authors said, ... more
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SPACE TRAVEL

NASA technologist makes traveling to hard-to-reach destinations easier
Traveling to remote locations sometimes involves navigating through stop-and-go traffic, traversing long stretches of highway and maneuvering sharp turns and steep hills. The same can be said for gu ... more
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Gravitational tide the secret of Saturn's weird moon
Enceladus, a white moon of Saturn with ice-spewing volcanoes, owes its strangeness to tides of gravitational forces exerted by its mother, a study said on Wednesday. Discovered in 1789 by William Herschel, Enceladus measures only 504 kilometres (315 miles) across yet is one of the great oddities of the Solar System. ... more
24/7 News Coverage
Scientists create successful mass production system for bioengineered livers

After the fire, charcoal goes against the grain, with the flow

A dynamic East Antarctic ice sheet has repeatedly grown and shrunk

NASA scientists embark on extreme Antarctic Trek

Scientists share various perspectives on ozone layer recovery

How much soil goes get washed down the drain

Primordial mutation helps explain origin of some organs in vertebrates

EARLY EARTH

How Did Earth's Primitive Chemistry Get Kick Started?
How did life on Earth get started? Three new papers co-authored by Mike Russell, a research scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., strengthen the case that Earth's first li ... more
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Mystery of the Missing Waves on Titan
One of the most shocking discoveries of the past 10 years is how much the landscape of Saturn's moon Titan resembles Earth. Like our own blue planet, the surface of Titan is dotted with lakes and se ... more
EARTH OBSERVATION

NASA Releases Images of Earth Taken by Distant Spacecraft
Color and black-and-white images of Earth taken by two NASA interplanetary spacecraft on July 19 show our planet and its moon as bright beacons from millions of miles away in space. NASA's Cas ... more
EARTH OBSERVATION
Multiple Missions Will Get China Moving On Mars

Mythbusting India's Mars Mission

India reaches for Mars on prestige space mission


EARTH OBSERVATION
Shanghai-built lunar rover set for lunar landing

Crowdfunded Lunar Spacecraft Reaches Funding Milestone

LADEE Continues To Settle Into Operational Lunar Orbit


EARTH OBSERVATION
Cassini Swings Above Saturn to Compose a Portrait

UI Researchers Help Decode New View of Saturn's Moon Titan, Contribute to Cassini Mission

Cassini Gets New Views of Titan's Land of Lakes


EARTH OBSERVATION
China shows off moon rover model before space launch

China providing space training

China launches experimental satellite Shijian-16

EARTH OBSERVATION

The First Interplanetary Photobomb
Consider it the first interplanetary photobomb. On July 19th, NASA's Cassini spacecraft will photograph Earth through the rings of Saturn--and NASA wants you to jump into the shot. "Cassini ha ... more
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Revealed - the mystery of the gigantic storm on Saturn
We now understand the nature of the giant storms on Saturn. Through the analysis of images sent from the Cassini space probe belonging to the North American and European space agencies (NASA and ESA ... more
EXO LIFE

Antifreeze on Titan Could Affect Its Chances for Life
Antifreeze normally helps prevent freezing, but scientists find a common antifreeze compound that might exist on Saturn's largest moon Titan can get trapped within ice-like cages. This discove ... more
EARTH OBSERVATION

Cassini Probe to Take Photo of Earth From Deep Space
NASA's Cassini spacecraft, now exploring Saturn, will take a picture of our home planet from a distance of hundreds of millions of miles on July 19. NASA is inviting the public to help acknowledge t ... more
24/7 Energy News Coverage
Software enables robots to be controlled in virtual reality

Laser-boron fusion now 'leading contender' for energy

Scientists develop new mode of energy generation from bituminous coal

Sustainable dams - are they possible

Britain seeks closer ties to China's Belt and Road

Single-photon detector can count to 4

Discovery sets new world standard in nano generators

EXO WORLDS

Little Scope Discovers Metal-Poor Cousin of Famous Planet

EXO LIFE

Cassini sees precursors to aerosol 'snow' on Titan

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Cassini Finds Hints of Activity at Saturn Moon Dione

MARSDAILY

Bacterium from Canadian High Arctic and life on Mars

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Wild Weather Could Be Ahead on Titan

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Cassini Shapes First Global Topographic Map of Titan

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'Tis the Season -- for Plasma Changes at Saturn

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See Saturn at its Best and Brightest

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Cassini Gets Close-Up Views of Large Hurricane on Saturn

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Saturn's youthful appearance explained

Apollo-Era Test Stand Being Prepared for SLS Core Stage Testing

Spacecraft returns dramatic images of massive hurricane on Saturn

NASA Probe Observes Meteors Colliding with Saturn's Rings

Herschel links water in Jupiter's stratosphere to 1994 comet impact

Titan's Methane: Going, Going, Soon to Be Gone?

Ice Cloud Heralds Fall at Titan's South Pole

Blame it on the Rain (from Saturn's Rings)

NASA Team Investigates Complex Chemistry At Titan

Sun block for the "Big Dog"

Saturn is Like an Antiques Shop, Cassini Suggests

'Hot Spots' Ride a Merry-Go-Round on Jupiter

Rhea Rev 183 Raw Preview

Cassini Makes Last Close Flyby of Saturnian Moon Rhea

Cassini Spies Bright Venus From Saturn Orbit

Modeling Jupiter and Saturn's possible origins

A Window into Europa's Ocean Right at the Surface

Cassini Still Going Strong Investigating Saturn's Moons

Cassini Sheds Light On Cosmic Particle Accelerators

Cassini Sees Titan Cooking up Smog

NASA's Cassini Watches Storm Choke on Its Own Tail

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