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NASA's Cassini Spacecraft Captures Four Days At Saturn

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As NASA's Cassini spacecraft moved closer and closer to Saturn, scientists took an opportunity to get a wide-scale view of the planet. The video below shows the result of Cassini staring at Saturn for nearly 44 hours, or roughly four Saturn days.

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Written by Curiosity Staff September 23, 2016

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