Home / Science / Cassini beams behind some-more monumental images of Saturn’s rings

Cassini beams behind some-more monumental images of Saturn’s rings

NASA’s Cassini booster sent behind another turn of images of Saturn, and they’re even improved than a first. As Cassini pulled off another daredevil act on May 2, a booster snagged several up-close shots of Saturn’s rings. You can check them out for yourself in a gallery below, that looks like some kind of post-modern art exhibit. In further to a poetic gallery, NASA also put together a array of images into a video, display off what it would have looked like from a spacecraft’s perspective. “The film comprises one hour of observations as a booster changed southward over Saturn,” NASA said. “It starts with a perspective of a swirling spiral during a planet’s north pole, afterwards heads past

Article source: https://www.yahoo.com/news/m/1ed7ef98-0f1a-374c-9681-d1b7b25a30eb/ss_cassini-beams-back-more.html

InterNations.org