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Saturn: Jewel of the Solar System

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Poster is 33 x 27.5 inches.
Print nine pages on 8.5 x 11 paper.

Most recent update: 14 Jul 2011

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In June 2004, NASA's Cassini-Huygens spacecraft performed a spectacular crossing through the ring plane, going into orbit around Saturn to return new information and incredible images.

The spacecraft's onboard instruments will collect unique data that may answer many questions about the composition of the rings and help scientists gain a better understanding of the planet Saturn, its magnetosphere, its principal moon Titan, and its other moons -- the small "icy satellites."

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Last Updated: 14 Jul 2011