Saturn ruled this scientist’s life for 40 years — here’s why she’s begging NASA to go back after Cassini’s death

September 17, 2017
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Linda Spilker began researching Saturn at NASA’s Jet Propulsion laboratory four decades ago.
She worked on the Voyager mission and was on the Cassini mission to Saturn, which recently ended, from start to finish.
Because there’s a chance alien life may exist at Saturn’s moon Enceladus, Spilker has proposed a NASA mission to return to the world.

Wielding a fresh Bachelor’s degree in physics, a 22-year-old woman walked into NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in 1977 and interviewed for a job.

Staff looked over her resume and offered the young woman a choice. Would she like to join an existing mission at Mars, called Viking …read more

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