The Cassini spacecraft has opened our eyes to the wonders of Saturn and its moons like Enceladus and Titan with some amazing pictures - here are some of our favourites of the planet, its rings and moons, including the last one ever taken.
This week Cassini’s two-decade-long mission comes to a spectacular close. But before the craft ends its trip with a fatal plunge into Saturn, let's look at some of the incredible discoveries it has made.
Launched into space in 1977 to study the outer planets, Voyager 1 has become the first man-made object to leave the Solar System. To celebrate its incredible achievement, we look back at the highlights of its epic journey.
You’ve heard of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot; now meet Saturn’s hexagon. NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has taken the highest resolution image yet of the six-sided jet stream that races around Saturn’s north pole.
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