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Cassini Imaging: The Great Crossing

Cassini Imaging: The Great Crossing As Cassini traveled around Saturn it took 34 pictures over the course of 12 hours. These images were merged to create a fascinating movie illustrating this trip and Saturn's surroundings. The site also provides a detailed description of what this movie shows.
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Cassini Imaging: The Great Crossing


As Cassini traveled around Saturn it took 34 pictures over the course of 12 hours. These images were merged to create a fascinating movie illustrating this trip and Saturn's surroundings. The site also provides a detailed description of what this movie shows.

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