The Cassini spacecraft has been in orbit around Saturn since July 2004, and a multitude of data has been collected about the ringed gas giant. Take a few minutes to view this great summary of information. This material is a one-stop gathering of Saturn multimedia. It is perfect for your planetarium, museum or amateur astronomy club.
Ring World 2 DVD - A written transcript (and a podcast).
Latest Cassini Press images
Cassini News Releases
Sounds of Cassini
Podcasts - A few Cassini podcasts are here.
What's Up - A monthly Video Series Exploring the Night Sky
Cassini Mission CHARM Teleconference Presentations - You will find many ready-to-use presentations here in PDF format. Contact Cassini Outreach for other formats.
Cassini Poster and Lithographs - Download our popular Cassini Mission posters and lithographs.
The educational back panels, as well as the beautiful posters themselves are available for download.
The Cassini-Huygens Educational Program - Reading, Writing and Rings, our popular K-4 formal education program, works well for classroom visits as well as informal programs at your local library or after-school program. Check out the 5-8 program for older kids.
Solar System Simulator - You'll find JPL's solar system simulator program here. With this tool, you can find many objects, from the sun to Pluto's moon Charon as seen from anywhere in the solar system, including from many spacecraft including Cassini and Voyager 1.
Basics of Space Flight - A training module designed primarily to help operations people identify the range of concepts associated with deep space missions, and grasp the relationships among them. It also enjoys popularity with college and high school students, as well as faculty, and people everywhere who are interested in interplanetary space flight.
JPL Education page - info students, teachers, internship and Fellowship links too.
Sign up for Cassini news here: http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/news/mailinglistsignup/
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Here are our Saturn Observation Campaign volunteers who can help you with Saturn Viewing opportunities
Viewing Saturn in 2010
Last Updated: 24 February 2011