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Daemon
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How NASA engineers mourn the death of a spacecraft

They called it a wake, but the loved one they had come to mourn wasn't a person. It was the Cassini spacecraft, the robotic explorer that had spent the last 13 years unlocking the mysteries of Saturn, its rings and its many moons. Soon after Cassini ... More...
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Yeah, the end of Cassini probe made me mournful too.
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