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Swansea, Wales, United Kingdom

Galileo thought it was a multiple planet, Wren, Huygens and Hevelius were fascinated by it. It was found that this giant world was less dense than water, and by the 1980s this world had the most moons known of any planet – only to lose out to Jupiter much later! It is of course Saturn. In July 2004 the Cassini/Huygens probe reached Saturn to begin several years of study of the Lord of the Rings. Andrew entertains us with the story of the observation of Saturn with a review and update on the Cassini Mission. See the latest images and hear the sound of dust hitting the spacecraft. With Moons and rings to delight the eye and stimulate the imagination, with music to inspire and enchant this is one presentation not to be missed.

Note: This event is not sponsored by The Planetary Society. The Society has no control over, or responsibility for, the content or operation of events sponsored by other organizations. All inquires should be directed to Dr. Stephen Wainwright.


May 14, 2015 - May 14, 2015, 7.15pm BST
Swansea Astronomical Society
Swansea University, Singleton Campus
Room 2 Fulton House, Singleton Park
Swansea, Wales SA2 8PP

United Kingdom
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Please direct all inquiries about this event to Dr. Stephen Wainwright at For phone inquiries, call 01554 753488

Andrew Lound presents his Odyssey Dramatic Presentation tracing the history of the exploration of the planet Saturn. Accompanied with stunning images, music and video.
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