|Astropro's Website Of the Week Award
©2001 by Richard Nolle
JAN 1, 2001 - Cassini-Huygens Mission is the website for NASA's robotic spacecraft of the same name. Having passed by Jupiter last week, Cassini is now well on its way to a rendezvous with Saturn. If all goes well - it has so far, by and large - Cassini will settle into orbit around Saturn. In addition to studying the Ringed Planet, Cassini will drop its Huygens probe off at Saturn's largest moon, Titan. Parachuting down to a soft landing on Titan, the Huygens probe will study the moon's surface and atmosphere. Between them, the two probes will revolutionize humankind's understanding of Saturn and its system. And that can't help but enhance the astrological perspective on the Ringed Planet. So drop by Cassini-Huygens Mission and come along for the ride, after catching up on some of the probe's observations of Jupiter along the way.
Technically speaking, Web Site Garage rates the Cassini-Huygens Mission home page good over-all, fair in load time (21.92 seconds at 28.8k). By comparison, the page you're now reading rates excellent over-all and in load time (6.78 seconds at 28.8k).
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