Saying Goodbye to Cassini

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Saying Goodbye to Cassini

“Cassini’s descent into SaturnĀ was intentional. The spacecraft was rapidly running out of fuel, after spending nearly 20 years in space, and NASA scientists decided to make use of the mission’s inevitable conclusion. By crashing into Saturn, Cassini had the opportunity to see what the planet’s upper atmosphere is made of, and that’s the data that the probe sent back to Earth during its final few moments of life. The probe took its last images of the Saturn system yesterday (Sept. 14), and transmitted those images back to Earth the same day, ahead of its plunge.”

— Taken from Space.comĀ 

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Asgardia announces a new creative contest

We have another contest for our creative Asgardians out there!

For our new contest, we ask that you submit a 1-5 minute film about Asgardia. Your film can either be a documentary or a fiction film.

Documentary Films should include an element of philosophy, symbolism, the future of humanity, etc. Some suggestions for documentaries include interviews with people who have original ideas on Asgardia, chronicles of how and why you became an Asgardian, ideas on what Asgardia means for the future of humanity and anything else about Asgardia you feel would be interesting.

Fiction Films can be of any genre – drama, comedy, melodrama, etc...

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