NASA's Cassini spacecraft, launched in 1997, is on a journey to Saturn to study the planet's atmosphere, magnetic field, rings, and several moons. It flew by Jupiter in December 2000 and carries the Huygens Probe to be ejected towards Saturn's moon Titan in 2004.
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Cassini-Huygens Mission to Saturn and Titan
NASA homepage for the Cassini mission and Huygens Titan probe. Detailed information, multimedia, teachers and kids sections, and status updates. Includes information and images from Cassini's December 2000 flyby of Jupiter.
Cassini Imaging Central Laboratory for Operations
Laboratory that processes Cassini imaging. Includes an animation of the route taken by Cassini to Saturn.
The National Space Science Center's information site, including several links to Casssini sources.
Offers overview of the mission and related scientific images by the Arval observatory in Venezuela.
ESA - Cassini-Huygens
Features news, status reports on the mission, images, videos, live streaming.
ESA Science: Huygens
European Space Agency's information on Cassini's travel to Saturn, including observations made while en route.
Science & Technology: Huygens
European Space Agency's Huygens mission page
Solar Views: Cassini
General introduction to the Cassini mission.
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