Planets and Moons  ID: 12714

Goddard Team Reflects on 20 Years of Cassini

The people behind Cassini's Composite Infrared Spectrometer (CIRS) reflect on their years-long experience working with their team - relationships formed, children born, challenges conquered, and their feelings as the Cassini mission comes to an end. CIRS was built and is operated at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Cassini is making its final dive into Saturn on September 15, 2017.

Read the web feature on nasa.gov.
 

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Credits

Lead Producer:
Katrina Jackson (USRA)

Host:
Katrina Jackson (USRA)

Editor:
Katrina Jackson (USRA)

Videographers:
John Caldwell (AIMM)
Rob Andreoli (AIMM)
Dan Gallagher (USRA)

Technical Support:
Mike Velle (KBRwyle)
Pat Kennedy (KBRwyle)

Interviewees:
Marcia Segura (University of Maryland)
Carrie Anderson (NASA/GSFC)
Monte Kaelberer (ADNET Systems Inc.)
Valeria Cottini (University of Maryland)
Don Jennings (NASA/GSFC)
Ever Guandique (ADNET Systems Inc.)
Paul Romani (NASA/GSFC)
Nicolas Gorius (Science Collaborator)
John Pearl (Emeritus)
Terry Hurford (NASA/GSFC)
Kimberly Engle (ADNET Systems Inc.)

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NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center

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Mission:
Cassini-Huygens

Keywords:
SVS >> Engineers
SVS >> Cassini
SVS >> CIRS
NASA Science >> Planets and Moons