News Archive / Tagged: Interview
Their words: Cassini’s Hunter Waite and the quest to look beyondMatthew KuhnsSeptember 24th, 2017
PASADENA, Calif. — Peering through the atmospheres of other worlds to determine what they are made of is difficult enough, but to do so reliably for 13 years is an astonishing accomplishment. Hunter Waite, the INMS team leader at SwRI, spoke with SpaceFlight Insider about the mission in the lead-up to Cassini's "final bow".
Their words: Cassini’s Linda Spilker on mission’s legacyMatthew KuhnsSeptember 23rd, 2017
PASADENA, Calif. — When Cassini took its final bow into the upper atmosphere of the gas giant Saturn, a good many people who had labored on the nearly 20-year-long mission were forced to say goodbye to a machine that had become all but a member of the family. One thing that was not lost that day was the wealth of knowledge that Cassini had sent back to those it left behind on Earth.