This page contains philatelic information on the Cassini-Huygens satellite. Cassini burned up like a meteor in Saturn's atmosphere early this … If readers know of additional information or images, please contact the authors using the e-mail addresses at the bottom of this page. Images taken with blue, green and red spectral filters were used to create this color view, which approximates the scene as it would appear to the human eye, imaged by Cassini from a … The last photos NASA's Cassini spacecraft ever took were of its own grave.

Satellite Imagery Shows Hawaii Volcano Lava Flow Full Resolution: TIFF (3.646 MB) JPEG (132 kB) 2018-07-23: Earth: ECOSTRESS: 741x708x3: PIA22590: NASA's ECOSTRESS First Light Image Full Resolution: TIFF (1.575 MB) JPEG (116.3 kB) 2018-07-17: Earth: Terra The A Ring and Keeler Gap are visible near the top of the image… Catalog numbers, years of issue, and notes on the satellites featured are given when available. The newly arrived images are a fitting coda for Cassini's mission — diverse and beautiful. Although it is too small to be visible, the part of Earth facing Cassini was the southern Atlantic Ocean. Cassini-Huygens entered Saturn orbit on July 1, 2004. Researchers are busy analysing some of the final data sent back from the Cassini spacecraft which has been in orbit around Saturn for more than 13 years until the end of its mission in … Cassini captured the image on April 13, 2017, when the spacecraft was 870 million miles (1.4 billion kilometers) from Earth.

NASA's Cassini spacecraft captured the color images of Earth and the moon from its perch in the Saturn system nearly 900 million miles (1.5 billion kilometers) away. Here are 10 remarkable images captured by the Cassini mission.

Huygens was released on December 25, 2004, and landed on Titan on January 14, 2005—the first landing on any celestial body beyond Mars. The image making the rounds is actually an artist's illustration of Cassini during one of its Grand Finale dives over Saturn.