Cassini's Last Flyby of Enceladus Until 2015 - Universe Today
[/caption] On May 2, the Cassini spacecraft will be swooping past the moon we all love to love — Enceladus — and coming within 74 kilometers (46 miles) of its fractured, jet-spewing surface. The images should be spectacular, and the science should be just as enticing. With Cassini’s radio science experiment, scientists hope to learn … Continue reading "Cassini’s Last Flyby of Enceladus Until 2015"