The picture was taken at a distance of million kilometers from the planet’s surface.
Space station, Cassini took a picture of dawn on Saturn. The picture was published on the website NASA.
In the foreground of the photo you can see thin stripes of Saturn’s rings. Cassini took the picture from a distance of million kilometers from the planet’s surface.
Space station, Cassini-Huygens, worth more than three billion dollars, was launched in 1997 to study Saturn and its moon Titan.
Cassini is named after the Italian scientist Jean Domenico Cassini, who proved that the ring of Saturn consists of two parts separated by a dark band (Cassini’s division) also suggests that the rings of Saturn are composed of parts of various sizes.
Cassini-Huygens is one of the most ambitious space missions ever launched into space. It is filled with a huge number of tools and chambers for precise measurements and high quality images with high quality in different atmospheric conditions and the color spectrum. Space station consists of the space station Cassini (built by NASA) and the Huygens probe (European Space Agency).
The Cassini mission is a joint project of NASA, ESA (European space Agency) and Italian space Agency.
One of the achievements of NASA scientists examining pictures from Cassini, the discovery of liquid water in the depths of Titan. Also previously, NASA has published an unprecedented clear photos of Saturn’s rings.
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