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How to find Saturn in the night sky.
Amazing footage and narration describing the rocket engines of the Saturn V rocket that took human to the moon during the Apollo programme.
Details of Cassini's ongoing mission to explore Saturn.
Find out all about the mission to Saturn. This site has lots of great images and info as well as activities for teachers to use.
Four hundred years after they were discovered, Saturn's breath-taking rings remain a mystery.
The moon, mars, Saturn and beyond.... Cool map featuring the paths of over 200 space missions.
The Huygen mission probe which landed on Titan, Saturn's largest moon, in January 2005. Includes good images and animations.
Nasa's webpage about the Cassini space probe to Saturn and Titan with news, images and findings from the mission.
Biography of Christiaan Huygens (1619 - 1695) , an astronomer and physicist, who founded the wave theory of light, discovered the true shape of the rings of Saturn, and made original contributions to ...
A profile of Wernher von Braun, the german scientist who worked on the V2 rocket and the Saturn 5 rocket.