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The latest Saturn photos by Cassini
Before you die in the atmosphere of Saturn probe "Cassini" was able to maneuver and took photos of the dark side of the planet. Parting shots with those places that are not normally visible.
All the pictures that came last from the probe, the developers decided to merge into one big movie called "Farewell to Cassini". The probe at the time to erect a monument, because it is circling around Saturn for almost 13 years, every minute, delighting the stunning photo of the gas planet.
The photo is a wonderful combination of reality and fiction, something that had not previously seen, or if seen, seems to be just fantastically beautiful. If on top of its mission, the probe "Cassini" took a few pictures of the other side of Saturn, about which observers from Earth would only be able to guess already a huge victory.
The back side of Saturn, yet no one else will be able to see, because in order to re-make the dark side of Saturn, you need at least to planet to send automatic probe, and it`s money and time. Appreciate all the time and money, no one crazy, not even at NASA they are already becoming less and less.
Cassini was burned on September 15, but a huge database of data sent by this probe will live forever.
Last images of Saturn from NASA`s Cassini spacecraft