Watch Live Coverage of NASA Spacecraft as it Crashes into Saturn
Science buffs will be treated to a rare sight on September 15th when the Cassini mission comes to an end after a 13-year tour of Saturn. The Science Channel will air a live broadcast of the Cassini’s final moments as it crashes into the atmosphere of the ringed planet. The $3.3 billion spacecraft is running out of fuel, and NASA will use what’s left to penetrate Saturn’s atmosphere, take samples and photos inside the rings, transmit that data back to Earth and then, finally, burn up. The network will go live at 7:50 a.m. Friday, September 15.
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