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"Look up tonight & see Saturn in the sky. Tomorrow, our spacecraft will be part of the planet it studied for so long," Cassini's team said on Twitter Thursday night.

The probe was running low on fuel, and the 13-year tour of the Saturn system mission must end. The spacecraft will make a deliberate plunge into Saturn's atmosphere to avoid the small possibility of it crashing into a potentially habitable moon, in particular Enceladus.

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The spacecraft is in the process of emptying its onboard solid-state recorder of all science data, including the final images taken by its imaging cameras, prior to reconfiguring for a near-real-time data relay during the final plunge. The communications link with the spacecraft is continuous from now through the end of mission.

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Cassini is set to make groundbreaking scientific observations of Saturn. Before contact is lost, eight of Cassini's 12 scientific instruments will be operating. All of the mission's magnetosphere and plasma science instruments, plus the spacecraft's radio science system, and its infrared and ultraviolet spectrometers will collect data during the final plunge.

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Within about 30 seconds following loss of signal, the spacecraft will begin to come apart; within a couple of minutes, all remnants of the spacecraft are expected to be completely consumed in Saturn's atmosphere.

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Due to the travel time for radio signals from Saturn, which changes as both Earth and the ringed planet travel around the Sun, events currently take place there 83 minutes before they are observed on Earth. This means that, although the spacecraft will begin to tumble and go out of communication at 3:31 a.m. PDT (1031 GMT) at Saturn, the signal from that event will not be received at Earth until 83 minutes later.

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