Watch live as NASA tracks Cassini’s fatal plunge into Saturn

September 15, 2017
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The Cassini orbiter has provided us with some spectacular sights of Saturn and its moons over the years, but one of the spacecraft’s most important moments won’t actually be visible to any of us. Early morning on Friday, September 15th, Cassini will complete its final act as it flies headlong into Saturn’s atmosphere, destroying itself in a blaze of glory, and NASA will be live streaming the entire event.

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