Nasa spacecraft sends last signals on Saturn death plunge Science

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Nasa spacecraft sends last signals on Saturn death plunge Science
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Nasa's Deep Space Network is tracking Cassini's signals. Earlier in the week, project scientist Linda Spilker told me that the signal may drop and return, drop and return, as Cassini's antenna wobbles before it finally loses contact completely. And, as Linda put it:

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