by Emily Lakdawalla
Follow the thrilling adventures of planetary missions, past and present, and see the stunningly beautiful photos that they return from space!
• December 09, 2005
It's been a while since I posted some Cassini pictures here just because they were pretty.
• November 30, 2005
Emily tackles this morning's ESA press conference about Huygens.
• October 26, 2005
I've just posted a very brief update on the upcoming Titan flyby, which will be the first to include RADAR imaging across the Huygens landing site.
• October 19, 2005
I just noticed this picture on the Cassini raw images website. I love these "many worlds" pictures.
• October 12, 2005
The images from Cassini's Dione encounter yesterday have started coming back, and there is a really cool set of 16 pictures of Dione and Rhea.
• October 11, 2005
Cassini is already on its way in to a close, 500-kilometer encounter with Dione -- it's less than four hours away now, at 17:52 UTC.
• October 10, 2005
Here is a gorgeous color mosaic of Hyperion assembled by amateur image processor Mattias Malmer from images from the recent flyby.
• October 06, 2005
Yesterday, this quarter's release of Cassini data showed up at the Planetary Data System (PDS). The PDS is the public repository for all of NASA's data.
• October 01, 2005
I've finally worked my way through all of the Hyperion images that were returned from the last flyby. It's a wonderful data set.
• September 22, 2005
I got an email last night from Anne Verbiscer, whom I had contacted about rounding up some amateur astronomers to help the Cassini mission with some photometric observations of Hyperion.
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