Cassini ready to head for Saturn orbit tonight

NASA's Cassini spacecraft is scheduled to slip between Saturn's rings tonight and then fire its Lockheed Martin-manufactured engine to ease it into an orbit around the planet. If the mission is successful, scientists expect to get the best information they've ever had about the solar system's most puzzling planet.

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