NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft Uncovers Secrets Of Saturn’s Mini Moons

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Published on March 30, 2019 - Duration: 00:53s

NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft Uncovers Secrets Of Saturn’s Mini Moons

According to a report by Geek.com, data gathered by NASA's Cassini spacecraft as it conducted a close flyby of Saturn during the final days of its mission have revealed new details reagarding the planet's mini 'ravioli' moons.

NASA says that the five tiny moons reportedly have strange surfaces covered with material from Saturn's iconic rings and from ice particles blasting out of Saturn's larger moon Enceladus.


NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft Uncovers Secrets Of Saturn’s Mini Moons

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