Tag: Cassini Space Probe

Data from Juno and Cassini reveals some New Surprises

Data from Juno and Cassini reveals some New Surprises

The latest data from the Juno and Cassini missions has forced the scientists to think again about the current theories of planetary formation in our Solar System. The data from the Cassini and Juno missions is questioning the authenticity of the current theories about how planets form and behave around our Sun. David Stevenson, a…

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Dust Storms on Titan observed for the First Time by Cassini

Dust Storms on Titan observed for the First Time by Cassini

Cassini Spacecraft made the first-ever observation of dust storms on the largest moon of Saturn. NASA, the Italian Space Agency (ASI), and the European Space Agency (ESA) collaborated to send a probe to study Saturn, its natural satellites (moons), and its rings in 1997. The name given to this mission was Cassini-Huygens (after astronomers Giovanni…

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