Carolina Martinez, JPL News Team
Here is a video clip of the Cassini mission control area with Grant Eller, mission control engineer at the helm, confirming with the Deep Space Station in Goldstone, California that data has begun transmitting from Cassini to Earth. Play clip
Here is a clip of fellow blogger Todd Barber: Play clip
Follow this link to download high-resolution, broadcast-quality clips: https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/cassini/media/enceladus-clips-20080312.html
Be sure to look for Todd Barber’s post: “Enceladus Data Back on Earth!” Also, as some of you have probably noticed, some of the blog entries are out of order. We apologize for this bug. We are working on a solution, though, and appreciate the feedback.
A lot of you have been posting really excellent questions, and the Cassini team has been really great about responding to them individually or responding to them through a blog entry…….but we haven’t had a chance yet to post all the answers to the blog. I am working on pulling the questions and answers together and we plan to post that in the coming days, as time permits.
That is it for today. Check back tomorrow morning with new postings from our scientists and engineers. Images are expected to hit the raw image site at around 5 a.m. PDT at: http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/raw/index.cfm