Yes...but it is almost out of fuel and that means it might come down on one of the moons or somewhere where it might matter. Better to send it for a closer although final look at Saturn's atmosphere than wait for the orbit to decay.
Perhaps they'll be playing Blue Danube as it heads into the atmosphere of Saturn ...
I was in the Teamsters when he vanished.
That would have been nice.
Let's hope the aliens who visit -- or may already have visited -- us are half as considerate!Jeffrey Armbruster wrote:
Apparently scientists were also afraid that, since two moons around Saturn could possibly sustain life, they wanted to avoid the slim chance of Cassini crashing into one and contaminating it with Earth microbes. So it had to crash rather than stay in orbit.