5 things we’ve learned about Saturn since Cassini died

The craft’s last data reveal new details about the gas planet’s clouds and rings

Cassini image of Saturn

COMING INTO FOCUS  Saturn shines in this Cassini image taken in October 2013. Even though the spacecraft is gone, scientists are still learning from its 13 years’ worth of data.

JPL-Caltech/NASA, SSI, Cornell Univ.

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