As major league baseball readies for the World Series, NASA's Cassini team will come to bat twice this month when the spacecraft flies by Saturn's geyser moon, Enceladus.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has pinpointed precisely where the icy jets erupt from the surface of Saturn's geologically active moon Enceladus.
Follow along as Cassini team members update our blog about the flyby of Saturn's moon Enceladus, which occurs on Wednesday, Mar. 12. Add your comments.› Go to October 2008 flyby blog →
On Mar. 12, 2008, the Cassini spacecraft will make its closest flyby yet to a moon.
Use this continuously updated 3D guide to explore Saturn's moon Enceladus.
On March 12, NASA's Cassini spacecraft will make its closest flyby yet to Saturn's moon Enceladus. Cassini's goal: To scoop up samples of water-ice particles and gas spewing from Old-Faithful-like geysers.› View This Video
Welcome to the "Cassini at Saturn Interactive Explorer"(CASSIE) that allows you to observe or ride along with the Cassini spacecraft as it explores Saturn and its moons using real mission data.