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What's next for NASA as Cassini's mission comes to a close

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After nearly two decades in space and 11 years studying Saturn (and its myriad of moons), the Cassini spacecraft ended its mission at roughly 6:30 am Eastern on Friday, when it slammed into the gas giant's suffocating atmosphere. It was an auspicious...

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