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cassini's saturn crash 2017 – how to watch its 'grand finale'


the cassini spacecraft is set to pull off its final mission after 20 years in space, collecting data as it crashes into saturn’s atmosphere. read all about cassini's "grand finale" and its sept. 15 suicide plunge.






watch live now! nasa previews cassini's 'grand finale' at saturn


nasa scientists will meet the press today (april 4) at 3 p.m. edt (1900 gmt) in a news conference that will preview the beginning of the cassini spacecraft's "grand finale" at saturn. the mission's end stage begins in april.






watch live @ 3 pm et: nasa previews cassini's 'grand finale' at saturn


nasa scientists will meet the press today (april 4) at 3 p.m. edt (1900 gmt) in a news conference that will preview the beginning of the cassini spacecraft's "grand finale" at saturn. the mission's end stage begins in april.






video: cassini's first grand finale dive over saturn: digital photography review


cassini's series of 'grand finale' dives by saturn continues to mesmerize us. in the above video, you'll first see a 'cassini-eye-view' of the surface of saturn whizzing by, starting with the swirling north pole of saturn. but it doesn't stop there, as nasa/jpl-caltech also shows you a three dimensional simulation of exactly where the probe is as it's capturing the images.the spacecraft's altitude dropped from 45,000 miles to 4,200 during this dive, and 'as this occurred, the smallest resolvable features in the atmosphere changed from 5.4 miles (8.7 kilometers) per pixel to 0.5 mile (810 meters) per pixel,' according to nasa.nasa even goes so far as to note that the camera settings were 'conservative' here, so we can expect some better results as the grand finale continues.via: http://www.






watch live now! nasa previews cassini's 'grand finale' at saturn


nasa scientists will meet the press today (april 4) at 3 p.m. edt (1900 gmt) in a news conference that will preview the beginning of the cassini spacecraft's "grand finale" at saturn. the mission's end stage begins in april. you can watch the press conference live in the window below, courtesy of nasa.from nasa:  "nasa will hold a news conference at noon pdt (3 p.m. edt) tuesday, april 4, at the agency's jet propulsion laboratory in pasadena, california, to preview the beginning of cassini's final mission segment, known as the grand finale, which begins in late april. the briefing will air live on nasa television and the agency's website. "cassini has been orbiting saturn since june 2004, studying the planet, its rings and its moons. a final close flyby of saturn's moon titan on april 22 w






watch live: ula talks space economy @ 12:30 pm et, nasa cassini update later


the united launch alliance will present a webcast today (april 4) to discuss how to create a sustained space economy. later, nasa will host a preview of cassini's grand finale at saturn. watch live.






cassini spacecraft's grand finale dives - risk vs. reward explained by nasa


by steve spaleta | april 26, 2017 07:46pm et the nasa probe has begun its series of 22 dives between saturn’s innermost rings and the planet itself. cassini guidance and control engineer joan stupik explains the risks of these daring orbits and what knowledge scientists hope to gain. cassini's grand finale is saving the best saturn science for last credit : space.com/nasa/jpl-caltech






cassini spacecraft's grand finale dives - risk vs. reward explained by nasa


by steve spaleta | april 26, 2017 07:46pm et the nasa probe has begun its series of 22 dives between saturn’s innermost rings and the planet itself. cassini guidance and control engineer joan stupik explains the risks of these daring orbits and what knowledge scientists hope to gain. [full story]cassini's grand finale is saving the best saturn science for last credit : space.com/nasa/jpl-caltech






q&a: lena dunham and jenni konner break down the series finale of 'girls'


after five years, 62 episodes and three zillion overwrought thinkpieces, hbo’s “girls” came to an end sunday night. (spoilers ahead.)the finale of lena dunham’s brainchild left us in upstate new york, where a pregnant hannah horvath had moved to take a teaching job at a local college. five months after the birth of her son, however, she has yet to start the new gig and is struggling to adapt to motherhood -- and breastfeeding — even with the aid of marnie (allison williams), who has uprooted her life to be by hannah’s side.a few days before the finale aired, we spoke to dunham and showrunner jenni konner, who co-wrote and directed the finale. dunham, who spends most of her time in new york, was planning to watch the episode with her parents, williams, and pizza. konner, who lives in l.a.,






prep for cassini's grand finale with science channel tonight


as the cassini probe at saturn prepares for its "grand finale" dive into the planet's atmosphere on sept. 15, science channel is airing a new episode of "the planets" that looks back on what we've learned about the ringed planet during the probe's 13-year stay. the new episode airs tonight (sept. 12) at 10 p.m. edt/pdt, and is hosted by retired nasa astronaut mike massimino. on sept. 15, at 7:50 a.m. edt, science channel will go live to broadcast the probe's final moments. and then, on sept. 19 at 9 p.m. edt/pdt, a new episode of "space's deepest secrets" will delve into the history of the mission, look back on its greatest discoveries and analyze the probe's final views as it made the plunge. [cassini's saturn crash 2017: how to watch its 'grand finale'] in a clip from tonight's episode,






closest saturn pics yet snapped during daring cassini dive


by steve spaleta | april 27, 2017 10:29am et nasa’s cassini spacecraft’s ’grand finale’ has begun with the first of 22 planned dives between the saturn's innermost rings and the planet itself. the probe came within about 1900 miles (3000 km) of the planet's cloudtops and captured some amazing images.cassini spacecraft's grand finale dives - risk vs. reward explained by nasa - video credit : space.com / images and animation: nasa/jpl-caltech/space science institute / edited by @stevespaleta






epic cassini saturn mission begins 'grand finale' this month


pasadena, calif. — nasa's veteran cassini mission will officially kick off its farewell tour of the saturn system on april 22 with a final close encounter of the ringed planet's largest moon, titan. five months later, on sept. 15, cassini will spectacularly burn up in saturn's crushing atmosphere. but before that happens, cassini will dive through a 1,200-mile (1,930 kilometers) gap between the planet and its innermost ring to carry out science that is only possible now that the mission is running out of fuel. "what a spectacular end to a spectacular mission," jim green, director of nasa's planetary science division at the agency's headquarters in washington, d.c., said via video link at a special news conference held here today (april 4) at nasa's jet propulsion laboratory (jpl). [cassini






closest saturn pics yet snapped during daring cassini dive


by steve spaleta | april 27, 2017 10:29am et nasa’s cassini spacecraft’s ’grand finale’ has begun with the first of 22 planned dives between the saturn's innermost rings and the planet itself. the probe came within about 1900 miles (3000 km) of the planet's cloudtops and captured some amazing images. [full story]cassini spacecraft's grand finale dives - risk vs. reward explained by nasa - video credit : space.com / images and animation: nasa/jpl-caltech/space science institute / edited by @stevespaleta






1 more titan flyby before 'grand finale' at saturn


nasa's cassini spacecraft will make its final close flyby of saturn's moon titan this weekend in preparation for the mission's "grand finale," when it dives down into the planet itself.  cassini will reach its closest approach of 608 miles (979 kilometers) above titan's surface on april 22 at 2:08 a.m. edt (0608 gmt), according to a statement from nasa. during the encounter, cassini's radar instrument will capture up-close observations of titan's methane lakes and seas, as well as the moon's "magic islands" — mysterious features that scientists say may be caused by streams of bubbles.  this weekend's titan flyby sets the stage for cassini's grand finale on sept. 15, when the spacecraft will intentionally dive into saturn's atmosphere and end it's 13-year-long mission. but before cassini ta






1 more titan flyby before 'grand finale' at saturn


nasa's cassini spacecraft will make its final close flyby of saturn's moon titan this weekend in preparation for the mission's "grand finale," when it dives down into the planet itself.  cassini will reach its closest approach of 608 miles (979 kilometers) above titan's surface on april 22 at 2:08 a.m. edt (0608 gmt), according to a statement from nasa. during the encounter, cassini's radar instrument will capture up-close observations of titan's methane lakes and seas, as well as the moon's "magic islands" — mysterious features that scientists say may be caused by streams of bubbles.  this weekend's titan flyby sets the stage for cassini's grand finale on sept. 15, when the spacecraft will intentionally dive into saturn's atmosphere and end it's 13-year-long mission. but before cassini ta






cassini's second grand finale dive might be outshining the first one


image: nasa/jpl-caltech/space science institutecassini’s six-month-long grand finale mission has become the unofficial nerd super bowl: each time the nasa-led spacecraft drops a new batch of raw images, we jump to our computers and frantically scroll through to find the best. (actually, we never leave our computers, because we are nerds.) but in any case, the raw photos from cassini’s second dive into the gap between saturn and its rings are now available—and honestly, they might even be better than the first round.advertisementon may 2nd, cassini performed the second part of its final act, diving into the eerie void between saturn and its rings at 3:38 pm edt. with 20 dives left before the spacecraft plunges itself into saturn’s atmosphere on september 15th, it’s hard to imagine anything






as cassini makes 1st 'grand finale' dive, more saturn mysteries remain


running low on fuel, nasa's cassini spacecraft has begun the final — and most daring — phase of its epic mission to saturn.  after using a final flyby of the moon titan on friday to boost its speed, cassini was flung by the moon's gravity to a trajectory that sent it diving through the 1,200-mile (1,930 kilometers) gap between the planet's upper atmosphere and innermost rings, nasa officials said. cassini completed the first crossing of the ring plane at about 2 a.m. pdt (5 a.m. edt, or 0900 gmt) wednesday, the space agency said in a statement. [cassini's "grand finale" at saturn in pictures]nasa's cassini spacecraft has just completed the first of 22 "ring dives" in between saturn and its large, icy rings, leading up to an epic final dive into the planet's atmosphere sept. 15.credit: nasa






the empire strikes first in the star wars rebels season finale


grand admiral thrawn proved his worth on the finale of star wars rebels. all images: disney xdforty years ago, the opening crawl of the original star wars revealed the rebels’ had just won “their first victory against the evil galactic empire.” given that we knew a major battle would be ending the third season of star wars rebels, that presumably meant things in the finale probably weren’t going to go well for our heroes. they very much didn’t.“zero hour,” the two-part finale, was packed with the kind of parallel action we’ve come to expect from star wars finales. fights simultaneously happening on the surface and in the air, with daring escapes, plenty of destruction, and a whole lot of luck. the episodes simply looked and felt like star wars. but unlike the films, these rebels suffered a






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as cassini makes 1st 'grand finale' dive, more saturn mysteries remain






cassini restores contact after grand finale dive


this unprocessed nasa handout image released april 27, 2017, shows features in saturn’s atmosphere from closer than ever before, captured by nasa’s cassini spacecraft during its first grand finale dive past the planet on april 26, 2017. / (nasa/jpl-caltech/space institute) by marcia dunncape canaveral, fla. (ap) — nasa’s cassini spacecraft is back in contact with earth after its  venture into the never-before-explored region between saturn and its rings.the deep space network in california’s mojave desert acquired cassini’s signal at 11:56 pst on wednesday night, and data began flowing five minutes later, nasa said in a press release. the spacecraft is in the process of beaming back science and engineering data collected during its passage.hours earlier, cassini had become the first spacec






google doodle celebrates cassini probe's 'grand finale' saturn dive


today, google is honoring nasa's cassini mission to saturn with an adorable google doodle featuring the spacecraft swooping between the planet and its rings. cassini kicked off its "grand finale" at saturn this morning (april 26) with the first of 22 planned ring dives that the spacecraft will execute before fatally crashing into saturn on sept. 15. the animated google doodle shows a cute cassini cartoon snapping photos of a smiling saturn while diving through the planet's iconic rings. nasa expects to receive the first close-up shots from today's flyby tomorrow (april 27), but the best images are yet to come. [cassini's 'grand finale' at saturn: nasa's plan in pictures] as cassini's orbit gradually nears saturn over the next few months, these close-ups will keep getting closer. the spacec






google doodle celebrates cassini probe's 'grand finale' saturn dive


today, google is honoring nasa's cassini mission to saturn with an adorable google doodle featuring the spacecraft swooping between the planet and its rings. cassini kicked off its "grand finale" at saturn this morning (april 26) with the first of 22 planned ring dives that the spacecraft will execute before fatally crashing into saturn on sept. 15. the animated google doodle shows a cute cassini cartoon snapping photos of a smiling saturn while diving through the planet's iconic rings. nasa expects to receive the first close-up shots from today's flyby tomorrow (april 27), but the best images are yet to come. [cassini's 'grand finale' at saturn: nasa's plan in pictures] as cassini's orbit gradually nears saturn over the next few months, these close-ups will keep getting closer. the spacec






how to watch its 'grand finale'


michael was a science writer for the idaho national laboratory and has been an intern at wired.com, the salinas californian newspaper, and the slac national accelerator laboratory. he has also worked as a herpetologist and wildlife biologist. he has a ph.d. in evolutionary biology from the university of sydney, australia, a bachelor's degree from the university of arizona, and a graduate certificate in science writing from the university of california, santa cruz. to find out what his latest project is, you can follow mike on google+.






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cassini’s saturn crash 2017 – how to watch its 'grand finale'


michael was a science writer for the idaho national laboratory and has been an intern at wired.com, the salinas californian newspaper, and the slac national accelerator laboratory. he has also worked as a herpetologist and wildlife biologist. he has a ph.d. in evolutionary biology from the university of sydney, australia, a bachelor's degree from the university of arizona, and a graduate certificate in science writing from the university of california, santa cruz. to find out what his latest project is, you can follow mike on google+.






washington baseball salvages finale of series in oregon


willie maciver’s grand slam in the first inning kick started the huskies in the 12-3 win.sophomore third baseman willie maciver hit a grand slam in the first inning sunday as no. 22 washington salvaged the finale of a three-game baseball series at oregon with a 12-3 pac-12 win.“he threw me a low-and-in changeup and i just went for it,” maciver said. “i put the barrel on it and it just went out.”maciver was 3 for 4 and also had a double to go with five rbi. the huskies’ 12 runs were a season best.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.joe demers picked up the win for uw (14-9, 4-2 pac-12), giving up three runs on five hits over 61/3 innings. he struck out three and walked two.oregon (15-6, 4-2) used seven pitchers in the loss.uw takes a break from pac-12 play to host no.






washington baseball salvages finale of series in oregon


willie maciver’s grand slam in the first inning kick started the huskies in the 12-3 win.sophomore third baseman willie maciver hit a grand slam in the first inning sunday as no. 22 washington salvaged the finale of a three-game baseball series at oregon with a 12-3 pac-12 win.“he threw me a low-and-in changeup and i just went for it,” maciver said. “i put the barrel on it and it just went out.”maciver was 3 for 4 and also had a double to go with five rbi. the huskies’ 12 runs were a season best.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.joe demers picked up the win for uw (14-9, 4-2 pac-12), giving up three runs on five hits over 61/3 innings. he struck out three and walked two.oregon (15-6, 4-2) used seven pitchers in the loss.uw will host no. 20 baylor next weekend.husky






how bellevue’s india gants fared in the finale of ‘america’s next top model’ (sp


the seattle-area woman talks about her future plans and her experiences on the vh1 modeling show.india gants of bellevue won vh1’s first edition of “america’s next top model” on wednesday night, taking home the $100,000 grand prize.in the season finale, violet-haired gants struggled to “look dead” in one photo shoot and later rocked a gold, spiky “rocker-chick” wardrobe after declaring, “do it for seattle!” in unison with departed “antm” competitor binta dibba, who’s from everett.interspersed with her final stroll down the runway, gants said that some of her competitors thought she revealed herself to be a different person over the course of the season but gants said, “i’ve just come out of my shell.”former “antm” host tyra banks, who’s still an executive producer on the series, returned t






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nasa's cassini spacecraft captured this close-up of the weird vortex spinning at saturn's north pole as the mission kicked off its "grand finale" on april 26. the strange spot sits in the middle of an even weirder-looking hexagonal jet stream.






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ex-wwe announcer emcees video game wrestling league finale


wrestling fans might be used to hearing justin roberts introduce names like john cena, daniel bryan or the undertaker. but for the finale of the video game championship wrestling series, roberts himself took to the mic to announce the entrance of rejected street fighter concept zubaz and the dark lord of hyrule himself, ganondorf.advertisementthe vgcw hosted its finale show “end game x3" yesterday, a few months after announcing that its current showrunner would be stepping down. the grand finale match, the championship feud between zabuz and ganondorf, had been hyped up for some time. due to a chance meeting at wrestlemania, the vgcw staff managed to get in touch with former ring announcer roberts and set up an entrance worthy of the video game wrestling league’s final moments. a post from






cassini's 'grand finale' at saturn: nasa's plan in pictures


after 13 years of orbiting saturn, nasa's cassini spacecraft will take a suicidal plunge into the planet on sept. 17, 2017.






cassini's 'grand finale' at saturn: nasa's plan in pictures


after 13 years of orbiting saturn, nasa's cassini spacecraft will take a suicidal plunge into the planet on sept. 15, 2017.






saturn looks haunted in cassini's first grand finale photos


image: nasa/jpl-caltech/space science institutegood morning, cassini! today, at about 3:00am edt, nasa’s deep space network goldstone complex in california’s acquired the orbiter’s signal for the first time since it began its series of grand finale dives. the photos it took from the space between saturn and its rings, which have just been released, are nothing short of breathtaking. it’s classic cassini, making the previously impossible look easy.advertisement“in the grandest tradition of exploration, nasa’s cassini spacecraft has once again blazed a trail, showing us new wonders and demonstrating where our curiosity can take us if we dare,” jim green, director of the planetary science division at nasa headquarters in washington, said in a statement.unprocessed image of saturn’s atmosphere






no end to saturn's mysteries in cassini's closing days


it might as well be the mission motto: "saturn continues to surprise us." that's what earl maize, project manager for the cassini mission at saturn, said during a news conference today (aug. 29). he was referring to the fact that the inner ring system where the cassini probe is spending some of its final weeks doesn't have as much dust as scientists anticipated, and is therefore not as harsh on the spacecraft's instruments. if the mission could last longer — if the probe weren't running out of fuel, that is — maize said he'd love to have cassini explore that region longer. this trend of finding surprising or unexpected physical characteristics — of saturn and its moons — has characterized cassini's entire 13-year stint in the saturnian system, the scientists said, and continues to prove tr






'we feel nigerian': inside nigeria's lebanese community | nigeria


multiple generations of lebanese have made their home in nigeria. some are the descendants of migrants who arrived in west africa as early as the 19th century, leaving behind their small middle eastern nation in search of opportunities elsewhere.members of this lebanese diaspora - from fourth-generation nigerian nationals to recent arrivals - share their experiences of life in africa's most populous nation. tatiana mousalli nouri tatiana mousalli nouri, 38, is fourth-generation lebanese, raised in nigeria. she is the deputy group managing director for aim group, a family-run conglomerate with offices across the country, which includes broadcasters cool fm and wazobia fm.she also heads wazobia tv, which is the only nigerian channel to broadcast exclusively in pidgin english. tatiana is marr