Published: May 15, 2017

The diversity of the moons orbiting Saturn continues to astound both the general public and the world of planetary science. Have Cassini’s observations been able to answer long-standing questions about these bodies? Come hear two members of Cassini’s Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph science team talk about a few of Saturn’s natural satellites, as studied by its human-made satellite. Candice Hansen and Amanda Hendrix (both from the Planetary Science Institute) will discuss plume detection at Enceladus and the so-called recent “Five Fabulous Flybys” of small Saturnian moons Pan, Atlas, and others.


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