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Cassini’s grand finale

Sloan Hall, 305 NE Spokane Street, Pullman, WA 99163
Sloan 231, Planetarium
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A simulated picture of the Cassini orbiting Saturn

About the event

Mighty, spectacular Saturn captures the imagination like no other planet. NASA’s Cassini mission exploded our knowledge of this enigmatic giant, its moons, and its amazing rings. Cassini’s piggyback probe Huygens parachuted to the large moon Titan and sent back images of this atmosphere-cloaked world. This planetarium presentation is an ode to the planet, and to the engineering marvels that allowed us a deeper glimpse of its wonders.


Physics and Astronomy
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