Flyby Complete – Scroll for 'Enceladus Data Back on Earth'

Carolina Martinez 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

16 thoughts on “Flyby Complete – Scroll for 'Enceladus Data Back on Earth'”

  1. Congratulations to the Team !!
    Thanks for keeping the general public like me continually updated and making us a part of this special experience.
    Wish you all Godspeed
    Mahesh

  2. Yesterday at about encounter time I downloaded and viewed the Cassie simulation of the encounter — only it did not run at “real time” but what must have been *much* faster than that. This is OK if you want to get a fast overview of the entire sequence, but not if you want to follow it in real time.

  3. I tip my hat to everyone behind the mission. You did it again; another exploit for the always-growing legend of this epic mission. Congratulations and thank you for sharing with us Cassini’s odyssey.
    Now it,s time to analyze the data -that surely will be amazing- and prepare next Cassini’s encounter with Titan. Go for it and good luck.

  4. I tip my hat to everyone behind the mission. You did it again; another exploit for the always-growing legend of this epic mission. Congratulations and thank you for sharing with us Cassini's odyssey.Thanks for keeping the general public like me continually updated and making us a part of this special experience.
    Wish you all Godspeed.

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