Take a journey to Saturn as a part of the landmark Cassini-Huygens mission of exploration with space physicist Professor Michele Dougherty.
After 20 years in space, the mission ended in a blaze of glory in 2017 with the spacecraft burning up in Saturn's atmosphere. Before its death dive, the probe's final orbits collected some fascinating data, awe-inspiring images and surprising results, including the discovery of water vapour plumes at Saturn's small moon.
Explore what these discoveries are and what they mean for future research and the search for life on other planets.
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