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Saturn’s sponge-like moon Hyperion on May 31, 2015, observed by the Cassini space probe. (NASA Jet Propulsion Laborato

Saturn’s sponge-like moon Hyperion on May observed by the Cassini space probe.

Cassini Probe Takes Breathtaking Final Look at Saturn's Moon Dione - ABC News

Cassini Probe Takes Breathtaking Final Look at Saturn's Moon Dione

PHOTO: This view from NASAs Cassini spacecraft looks toward Saturns icy moon Dione, with giant Saturn and its rings in the background, just prior to the missions final close approach to the moon on August

Subtle colour differences on Saturn's moon Mimas are apparent in this false-colour view of Herschel Crater captured by NASA's Cassini spacecraft during its closest-ever flyby of that moon.

Subtle color differences on Saturn's moon Mimas are apparent in this false-color view of Herschel Crater captured by NASA's Cassini spacecraft during its closest-ever flyby of that moon on Feb. The crater is 80 miles kilometers) wide.

Crescent Dione from Cassini, October 11, 2005. Credit: NASA / Jet Propulsion Laboratory / Space Science Institute

Crescent Dione from Cassini, October Credit: NASA / Jet Propulsion Laboratory / Space Science Institute

Delivered by Saturn-bound Cassini, ESA's Huygens probe touched down on the ringed planet's largest moon Titan, ten years ago on January 14, 2005. These panels show fisheye images made during its slow descent by parachute through Titan's dense atmosphere.

Delivered by Saturn-bound Cassini, ESA's Huygens probe touched down on the ringed planet's largest moon Titan, ten years ago on January These panels show fisheye images made during its slow descent by parachute through Titan's dense atmosphere.

Чудесный вид на Диону / Astro Analytics

This view from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft looks toward Saturn’s icy moon Dione, with giant Saturn and its rings in the background, just prior to the mission’s final close approach to the moon on August - Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

ENCELADUS Enceladus, one of Saturn’s moons. A new study published online Wednesday, March 11, 2015, in the journal Nature, suggests there are ongoing interactions between hot water and rocks beneath the surface of the icy moon. - © NASA/AP Photo

redlipstickresurrected: “Saturn’s Moon Enceladus, photographed by the Cassini Spacecraft.

That's a planet.

Voyager 1 was launched by NASA in 1977 to explore the outer reaches of our solar system. It flew by Saturn in coming within miles of

Name a dog Jupiter. Jupe for short. Yes I want to name my dog Jupiter. Get over it! haha;)

Mass one-thousandth that of the Sun but is two and a half times the mass of all the other planets in our Solar System combined. Jupiter is classified as a gas giant along with Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.

Our biggest satellite kept our planet nice and toasty.

No Moon, no magnetic field, no life on Earth: study

NASA 8 of 10 A color mosaic of the moon created with 18 images captured by the Galileo spacecraft in

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