Cassini has just flown by Enceladus; on its way to Titan

Thursday, May 20, 2010

As mentioned before, Cassini is now in the process of completing its double flyby of the two most interesting moons in the Saturn system (and possibly the Solar System as well). Right now it's 2:00 am UTC, and you can see Cassini's current position here. You'll notice an area in the url that says hour=02, so depending on the time when you view it you can change it to the current UTC time to see Cassini's position at the time you check out the link for yourself too. The second flyby will occur in just about 24 hours from now.

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