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Ast planetarium - Flandrau Planetarium Ring World Saturn Ancient God After visiting the Flandrau Science Center and viewing Ring World in the

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Flandrau Planetarium 05/09/07 Ring World Saturn- Ancient God After visiting the Flandrau Science Center and viewing Ring World in the Planetarium Theater, I had gained a better cosmic perspective of Saturn and it’s moon Titan. The show was based on the Cassini/Huygens spacecraft that reached Saturn in the summer of 2004. Two elements of the spacecraft comprise of the Cassini orbiter and the Huygens probe. We followed the Cassini spacecraft on its mission to explore Saturn and its giant rings and its mysterious moon Titan. The show began with an overview of early astronomy and astronomers. The presentation spoke of Galileo in the seventh century and his early telescope. It told us that Galileo viewed, through his telescope, and noticed that Venus went through phases. Christiaan Huygens was the next topic of discussion. He discovered Saturn’s moon Titan. He also examined Saturn’s planetary rings and discovered that those rings consisted of rocks. The Voyager I and Voyager II missions were mentioned. Their primary mission
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course ASTRONOMY 105 taught by Professor Mechler during the Spring '07 term at Pima CC.

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