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Исследование Солнечной Системы - Научные Статьи
Планета Сатурн и спутник Титан
Миссия "Cassini - Huygens" (NASA и ESA)

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Хронология за 2004-2006 года

mm/dd/yy
Орбита
"Действия космического аппарата Кассини-Гюйгенс"
06/11/2004 0 Close Flyby (altitude = 2,100 km; 1,300 mi) of moon Phoebe
06/30/2004 0 Distant Flyby (altitude = 68,000 km; 42,000 mi) of moon Polydeuces
06/30/2004 0 Distant Flyby (altitude = 52,000 km; 32,000 mi) of moon Calypso
07/01/2004 0 Distant Flyby (altitude = 51,000 km; 32,000 mi) of moon Methone
07/01/2004 0 Distant Flyby (altitude = 76,000 km; 48,000 mi) of moon Mimas
07/01/2004 0 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration. High gain antenna used like umbrella to shield Cassini.
07/01/2004 0 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (160,000 km; 100,000 mi wrt Saturn)
07/01/2004 0 SOI burn start, DV= 626 m/s, duration = 01:36:20 (hh:mm:ss)
07/01/2004 0 Distant Flyby (altitude = 90,000 km; 56,000 mi) of moon Pandora
07/01/2004 0 Distant Flyby (altitude = 68,000 km; 42,000 mi) of moon Janus
07/01/2004 0 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
07/01/2004 0 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
07/01/2004 0 Closest distance (78,000 km; 49,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 0
07/01/2004 0 SOI burn end
07/01/2004 0 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn
07/01/2004 0 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn
07/01/2004 0 Distant Flyby (altitude = 107,000 km; 67,000 mi) of moon Prometheus
07/01/2004 0 Distant Flyby (altitude = 58,000 km; 36,000 mi) of moon Pan
07/01/2004 0 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration. High gain antenna used like umbrella to shield Cassini.
07/01/2004 0 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (160,000 km; 100,000 mi wrt Saturn)
07/03/2004 0 Cassini short engine burn number 1 to stay on course
07/17/2004 0 Cassini short engine burn number 1A to stay on course
08/23/2004 0 Cassini short engine burn number 2 to stay on course
08/27/2004 0 Farthest distance (9,100,000 km; 5,700,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 0.
09/07/2004 a Cassini short engine burn number 3 to stay on course
10/23/2004 a Cassini short engine burn number 4 to stay on course
10/26/2004 a Close Flyby (altitude = 1,200 km; 700 mi) of moon Titan
10/26/2004 a Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (1,180,000 km; 730,000 mi wrt Saturn)
10/28/2004 a Closest distance (374,000 km; 232,000 mi) to Saturn on rev a
10/28/2004 a Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (490,000 km; 300,000 mi wrt Saturn)
10/29/2004 a Cassini short engine burn number 5 to stay on course
11/20/2004 a Cassini short engine burn number 6 to stay on course
11/21/2004 a Farthest distance (4,700,000 km; 2,900,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev a.
12/09/2004 b Cassini short engine burn number 7 to stay on course
12/13/2004 b Close Flyby (altitude = 1,200 km; 700 mi) of moon Titan
12/13/2004 b Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind the moon Titan
12/13/2004 b Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (1,140,000 km; 710,000 mi wrt Saturn)
12/15/2004 b Distant Flyby (altitude = 72,000 km; 45,000 mi) of moon Dione
12/15/2004 b Distant Flyby (altitude = 107,000 km; 66,000 mi) of moon Mimas
12/15/2004 b Closest distance (290,000 km; 180,000 mi) to Saturn on rev b
12/15/2004 b Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (350,000 km; 220,000 mi wrt Saturn)
12/16/2004 b Cassini short engine burn number 8 to stay on course
12/22/2004 b Cassini short engine burn number 9 to stay on course
12/25/2004 b At entry interface - 20.3 d
12/27/2004 b Cassini short engine burn number 10 to stay on course
12/31/2004 b Farthest distance (3,600,000 km; 2,200,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev b.
12/31/2004 c Distant Flyby (altitude = 123,000 km; 77,000 mi) of moon Iapetus
01/03/2005 c Cassini short engine burn number 10A to stay on course
01/14/2005 c Entry interface alt=1270 km, Tc c/a -2.1 h
01/14/2005 c Close Flyby (altitude = 60,000 km; 37,300 mi) of moon Titan
01/14/2005 c Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (1,110,000 km; 690,000 mi wrt Saturn)
01/16/2005 c Cassini short engine burn number 11 to stay on course
01/16/2005 c Distant Flyby (altitude = 113,000 km; 70,000 mi) of moon Methone
01/16/2005 c Distant Flyby (altitude = 108,000 km; 67,000 mi) of moon Mimas
01/16/2005 c Closest distance (290,000 km; 180,000 mi) to Saturn on rev c
01/16/2005 c Distant Flyby (altitude = 91,000 km; 56,000 mi) of moon Pallene
01/16/2005 c Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (360,000 km; 220,000 mi wrt Saturn)
01/28/2005 c Cassini short engine burn number 12 to stay on course
02/01/2005 c Farthest distance (3,600,000 km; 2,200,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev c.
02/12/2005 3 Cassini short engine burn number 13 to stay on course
02/15/2005 3 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,600 km; 1,000 mi) of moon Titan
02/16/2005 3 Distant Flyby (altitude = 103,000 km; 64,000 mi) of moon Pandora
02/16/2005 3 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration. High gain antenna used like umbrella to shield Cassini.
02/17/2005 3 Distant Flyby (altitude = 73,000 km; 46,000 mi) of moon Epimetheus
02/17/2005 3 Distant Flyby (altitude = 77,000 km; 48,000 mi) of moon Atlas
02/17/2005 3 Distant Flyby (altitude = 83,000 km; 52,000 mi) of moon Calypso
02/17/2005 3 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (210,000 km; 130,000 mi wrt Saturn)
02/17/2005 3 Closest distance (211,000 km; 131,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 3
02/17/2005 3 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,300 km; 800 mi) of moon Enceladus
02/17/2005 3 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Enceladus
02/17/2005 3 Distant Flyby (altitude = 6,000 km; 4,000 mi) of moon Polydeuces
02/18/2005 3 Cassini short engine burn number 14 to stay on course
02/26/2005 3 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (2,650,000 km; 1,650,000 mi wrt Saturn)
02/27/2005 3 Farthest distance (2,700,000 km; 1,700,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 3.
03/01/2005 4 Cassini short engine burn number 15 to stay on course
03/05/2005 4 Cassini short engine burn number 16 to stay on course
03/09/2005 4 Distant Flyby (altitude = 74,000 km; 46,000 mi) of moon Helene
03/09/2005 4 Close Flyby (altitude = 500 km; 300 mi) of moon Enceladus
03/09/2005 4 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration. High gain antenna used like umbrella to shield Cassini.
03/09/2005 4 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (220,000 km; 130,000 mi wrt Saturn)
03/09/2005 4 Distant Flyby (altitude = 74,000 km; 46,000 mi) of moon Atlas
03/09/2005 4 Closest distance (211,000 km; 131,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 4
03/09/2005 4 Distant Flyby (altitude = 83,000 km; 52,000 mi) of moon Tethys
03/11/2005 4 Cassini short engine burn number 17 to stay on course
03/14/2005 4 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (2,120,000 km; 1,320,000 mi wrt Saturn)
03/19/2005 4 Cassini short engine burn number 18 to stay on course
03/19/2005 4 Farthest distance (2,700,000 km; 1,700,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 4.
03/27/2005 5 Cassini short engine burn number 19 to stay on course
03/29/2005 5 Distant Flyby (altitude = 109,000 km; 68,000 mi) of moon Tethys
03/29/2005 5 Distant Flyby (altitude = 56,000 km; 35,000 mi) of moon Enceladus
03/29/2005 5 Distant Flyby (altitude = 31,000 km; 19,000 mi) of moon Pallene
03/29/2005 5 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration
03/29/2005 5 Distant Flyby (altitude = 97,000 km; 61,000 mi) of moon Atlas
03/29/2005 5 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (210,000 km; 130,000 mi wrt Saturn)
03/29/2005 5 Distant Flyby (altitude = 62,000 km; 39,000 mi) of moon Epimetheus
03/29/2005 5 Closest distance (211,000 km; 131,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 5
03/30/2005 5 Distant Flyby (altitude = 53,000 km; 33,000 mi) of moon Methone
03/30/2005 5 Distant Flyby (altitude = 75,000 km; 46,000 mi) of moon Telesto
03/30/2005 5 Distant Flyby (altitude = 104,000 km; 65,000 mi) of moon Polydeuces
03/31/2005 5 Close Flyby (altitude = 2,400 km; 1,500 mi) of moon Titan
03/31/2005 5 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,280,000 km; 800,000 mi wrt Saturn)
04/03/2005 5 Cassini short engine burn number 20 to stay on course
04/06/2005 5 Farthest distance (2,300,000 km; 1,400,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 5.
04/09/2005 6 Cassini short engine burn number 21 to stay on course
04/13/2005 6 Cassini short engine burn number 22 to stay on course
04/14/2005 6 Distant Flyby (altitude = 119,000 km; 74,000 mi) of moon Pallene
04/14/2005 6 Distant Flyby (altitude = 51,000 km; 31,000 mi) of moon Methone
04/14/2005 6 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration. High gain antenna used like umbrella to shield Cassini.
04/14/2005 6 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (160,000 km; 100,000 mi wrt Saturn)
04/14/2005 6 Closest distance (157,000 km; 97,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 6
04/14/2005 6 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
04/14/2005 6 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
04/15/2005 6 Distant Flyby (altitude = 46,000 km; 29,000 mi) of moon Epimetheus
04/15/2005 6 Distant Flyby (altitude = 82,000 km; 51,000 mi) of moon Mimas
04/15/2005 6 Distant Flyby (altitude = 70,000 km; 44,000 mi) of moon Calypso
04/16/2005 6 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,000 km; 600 mi) of moon Titan
04/16/2005 6 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind the moon Titan
04/16/2005 6 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind the moon Titan
04/16/2005 6 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,260,000 km; 780,000 mi wrt Saturn)
04/19/2005 6 Cassini short engine burn number 23 to stay on course
04/23/2005 6 Farthest distance (2,400,000 km; 1,500,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 6.
04/28/2005 7 Cassini short engine burn number 24 to stay on course
05/02/2005 7 Distant Flyby (altitude = 114,000 km; 71,000 mi) of moon Helene
05/02/2005 7 Distant Flyby (altitude = 52,000 km; 32,000 mi) of moon Tethys
05/02/2005 7 Distant Flyby (altitude = 118,000 km; 74,000 mi) of moon Epimetheus
05/02/2005 7 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration
05/02/2005 7 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (240,000 km; 150,000 mi wrt Saturn)
05/03/2005 7 Closest distance (217,000 km; 135,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 7
05/03/2005 7 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
05/03/2005 7 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
05/03/2005 7 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn
05/03/2005 7 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn
05/03/2005 7 Distant Flyby (altitude = 108,000 km; 67,000 mi) of moon Telesto
05/05/2005 7 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,290,000 km; 800,000 mi wrt Saturn)
05/12/2005 7 Farthest distance (2,400,000 km; 1,500,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 7.
05/21/2005 8 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration
05/21/2005 8 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (240,000 km; 150,000 mi wrt Saturn)
05/21/2005 8 Closest distance (217,000 km; 135,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 8
05/21/2005 8 Distant Flyby (altitude = 100,000 km; 62,000 mi) of moon Atlas
05/21/2005 8 Distant Flyby (altitude = 107,000 km; 67,000 mi) of moon Prometheus
05/21/2005 8 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
05/21/2005 8 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
05/21/2005 8 Distant Flyby (altitude = 102,000 km; 63,000 mi) of moon Enceladus
05/21/2005 8 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn
05/21/2005 8 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn
05/23/2005 8 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,280,000 km; 800,000 mi wrt Saturn)
05/30/2005 8 Farthest distance (2,400,000 km; 1,500,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 8.
06/08/2005 9 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration
06/08/2005 9 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (240,000 km; 150,000 mi wrt Saturn)
06/08/2005 9 Distant Flyby (altitude = 65,000 km; 40,000 mi) of moon Pallene
06/08/2005 9 Distant Flyby (altitude = 98,000 km; 61,000 mi) of moon Calypso
06/08/2005 9 Closest distance (217,000 km; 135,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 9
06/08/2005 9 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
06/08/2005 9 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
06/08/2005 9 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn
06/08/2005 9 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn
06/10/2005 9 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,260,000 km; 780,000 mi wrt Saturn)
06/17/2005 10 Farthest distance (2,500,000 km; 1,500,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 10.
06/26/2005 10 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration
06/26/2005 10 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (240,000 km; 150,000 mi wrt Saturn)
06/26/2005 10 Distant Flyby (altitude = 95,000 km; 59,000 mi) of moon Pan
06/26/2005 10 Distant Flyby (altitude = 87,000 km; 54,000 mi) of moon Telesto
06/26/2005 10 Closest distance (217,000 km; 135,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 10
06/26/2005 10 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
06/26/2005 10 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
06/26/2005 10 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn
06/26/2005 10 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn
06/28/2005 10 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,250,000 km; 780,000 mi wrt Saturn)
07/05/2005 10 Farthest distance (2,500,000 km; 1,500,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 10.
07/08/2005 11 Cassini short engine burn number 25 to stay on course
07/14/2005 11 Distant Flyby (altitude = 122,000 km; 76,000 mi) of moon Prometheus
07/14/2005 11 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration
07/14/2005 11 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (240,000 km; 150,000 mi wrt Saturn)
07/14/2005 11 Close Flyby (altitude = 200 km; 100 mi) of moon Enceladus
07/14/2005 11 Distant Flyby (altitude = 37,000 km; 23,000 mi) of moon Methone
07/14/2005 11 Distant Flyby (altitude = 77,000 km; 48,000 mi) of moon Epimetheus
07/14/2005 11 Closest distance (217,000 km; 135,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 11
07/15/2005 11 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
07/15/2005 11 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
07/15/2005 11 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn
07/15/2005 11 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn
07/16/2005 11 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,240,000 km; 770,000 mi wrt Saturn)
07/24/2005 11 Farthest distance (2,500,000 km; 1,500,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 11.
08/02/2005 12 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration
08/02/2005 12 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (240,000 km; 150,000 mi wrt Saturn)
08/02/2005 12 Distant Flyby (altitude = 63,000 km; 39,000 mi) of moon Mimas
08/02/2005 12 Distant Flyby (altitude = 85,000 km; 53,000 mi) of moon Prometheus
08/02/2005 12 Closest distance (217,000 km; 135,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 12
08/02/2005 12 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
08/02/2005 12 Distant Flyby (altitude = 106,000 km; 66,000 mi) of moon Calypso
08/02/2005 12 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
08/02/2005 12 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn
08/02/2005 12 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn
08/03/2005 12 Cassini short engine burn number 26 to stay on course
08/04/2005 12 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,230,000 km; 770,000 mi wrt Saturn)
08/10/2005 12 Cassini short engine burn number 27 to stay on course
08/11/2005 12 Farthest distance (2,500,000 km; 1,500,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 12.
08/18/2005 13 Cassini short engine burn number 28 to stay on course
08/20/2005 13 Distant Flyby (altitude = 123,000 km; 76,000 mi) of moon Tethys
08/20/2005 13 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration
08/20/2005 13 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (240,000 km; 150,000 mi wrt Saturn)
08/20/2005 13 Closest distance (217,000 km; 135,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 13
08/20/2005 13 Distant Flyby (altitude = 105,000 km; 65,000 mi) of moon Telesto
08/20/2005 13 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
08/20/2005 13 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
08/20/2005 13 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn
08/20/2005 13 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn
08/22/2005 13 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,220,000 km; 760,000 mi wrt Saturn)
08/22/2005 13 Close Flyby (altitude = 3,800 km; 2,400 mi) of moon Titan
08/25/2005 13 Cassini short engine burn number 29 to stay on course
08/28/2005 13 Farthest distance (2,300,000 km; 1,400,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 13.
08/30/2005 14 Cassini short engine burn number 30 to stay on course
09/03/2005 14 Cassini short engine burn number 31 to stay on course
09/05/2005 14 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration
09/05/2005 14 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration
09/05/2005 14 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (180,000 km; 110,000 mi wrt Saturn)
09/05/2005 14 Distant Flyby (altitude = 51,000 km; 32,000 mi) of moon Pandora
09/05/2005 14 Distant Flyby (altitude = 103,000 km; 64,000 mi) of moon Prometheus
09/05/2005 14 Closest distance (169,000 km; 105,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 14
09/05/2005 14 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
09/05/2005 14 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
09/05/2005 14 Distant Flyby (altitude = 63,000 km; 39,000 mi) of moon Methone
09/05/2005 14 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn
09/05/2005 14 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn
09/07/2005 14 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,220,000 km; 760,000 mi wrt Saturn)
09/07/2005 14 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,000 km; 600 mi) of moon Titan
09/10/2005 14 Cassini short engine burn number 32 to stay on course
09/14/2005 14 Farthest distance (2,500,000 km; 1,600,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 14.
09/19/2005 15 Cassini short engine burn number 33 to stay on course
09/23/2005 15 Cassini short engine burn number 34 to stay on course
09/23/2005 15 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (270,000 km; 170,000 mi wrt Saturn)
09/23/2005 15 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration. High gain antenna used like umbrella to shield Cassini.
09/23/2005 15 Distant Flyby (altitude = 91,000 km; 57,000 mi) of moon Calypso
09/23/2005 15 Distant Flyby (altitude = 70,000 km; 43,000 mi) of moon Mimas
09/23/2005 15 Closest distance (181,000 km; 112,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 15
09/23/2005 15 Distant Flyby (altitude = 98,000 km; 61,000 mi) of moon Prometheus
09/24/2005 15 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,500 km; 900 mi) of moon Tethys
09/24/2005 15 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration. High gain antenna used like umbrella to shield Cassini.
09/24/2005 15 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (460,000 km; 280,000 mi wrt Saturn)
09/26/2005 15 Close Flyby (altitude = 500 km; 300 mi) of moon Hyperion
09/28/2005 15 Cassini short engine burn number 35 to stay on course
10/01/2005 15 Cassini short engine burn number 36 to stay on course
10/02/2005 15 Farthest distance (2,500,000 km; 1,500,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 15.
10/08/2005 16 Cassini short engine burn number 37 to stay on course
10/11/2005 16 Close Flyby (altitude = 500 km; 300 mi) of moon Dione
10/11/2005 16 Distant Flyby (altitude = 10,000 km; 6,000 mi) of moon Telesto
10/11/2005 16 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (290,000 km; 180,000 mi wrt Saturn)
10/11/2005 16 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration. High gain antenna used like umbrella to shield Cassini.
10/11/2005 16 Distant Flyby (altitude = 50,000 km; 31,000 mi) of moon Pallene
10/12/2005 16 Closest distance (181,000 km; 112,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 16
10/12/2005 16 Distant Flyby (altitude = 55,000 km; 34,000 mi) of moon Atlas
10/12/2005 16 Distant Flyby (altitude = 49,000 km; 31,000 mi) of moon Enceladus
10/12/2005 16 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration. High gain antenna used like umbrella to shield Cassini.
10/12/2005 16 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (400,000 km; 250,000 mi wrt Saturn)
10/12/2005 16 Cassini short engine burn number 38 to stay on course
10/20/2005 16 Farthest distance (2,500,000 km; 1,500,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 16.
10/21/2005 17 Cassini short engine burn number 39 to stay on course
10/25/2005 17 Cassini short engine burn number 40 to stay on course
10/28/2005 17 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,400 km; 800 mi) of moon Titan
10/28/2005 17 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind the moon Titan
10/29/2005 17 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (280,000 km; 180,000 mi wrt Saturn)
10/29/2005 17 Distant Flyby (altitude = 99,000 km; 61,000 mi) of moon Methone
10/29/2005 17 Closest distance (278,000 km; 172,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 17
10/30/2005 17 Distant Flyby (altitude = 108,000 km; 67,000 mi) of moon Calypso
10/31/2005 17 Cassini short engine burn number 41 to stay on course
11/05/2005 17 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (2,670,000 km; 1,660,000 mi wrt Saturn)
11/13/2005 17 Farthest distance (3,300,000 km; 2,100,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 17.
11/13/2005 18 Cassini short engine burn number 42 to stay on course
11/23/2005 18 Cassini short engine burn number 43 to stay on course
11/26/2005 18 Close Flyby (altitude = 500 km; 300 mi) of moon Rhea
11/27/2005 18 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (290,000 km; 180,000 mi wrt Saturn)
11/27/2005 18 Distant Flyby (altitude = 108,000 km; 67,000 mi) of moon Enceladus
11/27/2005 18 Closest distance (278,000 km; 172,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 18
11/27/2005 18 Distant Flyby (altitude = 86,000 km; 54,000 mi) of moon Helene
11/27/2005 18 Cassini short engine burn number 44 to stay on course
12/02/2005 18 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (2,210,000 km; 1,370,000 mi wrt Saturn)
12/11/2005 18 Farthest distance (3,200,000 km; 2,0,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 18.
12/11/2005 19 Cassini short engine burn number 45 to stay on course
12/23/2005 19 Cassini short engine burn number 46 to stay on course
12/24/2005 19 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (290,000 km; 180,000 mi wrt Saturn)
12/24/2005 19 Distant Flyby (altitude = 94,000 km; 58,000 mi) of moon Enceladus
12/24/2005 19 Closest distance (278,000 km; 172,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 19
12/24/2005 19 Distant Flyby (altitude = 107,000 km; 67,000 mi) of moon Pallene
12/25/2005 19 Distant Flyby (altitude = 19,000 km; 12,000 mi) of moon Telesto
12/25/2005 19 Distant Flyby (altitude = 75,000 km; 46,000 mi) of moon Helene
12/26/2005 19 Close Flyby (altitude = 10,400 km; 6,500 mi) of moon Titan
12/29/2005 19 Cassini short engine burn number 47 to stay on course
12/29/2005 19 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (2,240,000 km; 1,390,000 mi wrt Saturn)
01/02/2006 19 Cassini short engine burn number 48 to stay on course
01/05/2006 19 Farthest distance (2,900,000 km; 1,800,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 19.
01/12/2006 20 Cassini short engine burn number 49 to stay on course
01/15/2006 20 Close Flyby (altitude = 2,000 km; 1,300 mi) of moon Titan
01/15/2006 20 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind the moon Titan
01/15/2006 20 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind the moon Titan
01/17/2006 20 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (340,000 km; 210,000 mi wrt Saturn)
01/17/2006 20 Closest distance (338,000 km; 210,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 20
01/18/2006 20 Cassini short engine burn number 50 to stay on course
02/02/2006 20 Cassini short engine burn number 51 to stay on course
02/02/2006 20 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (4,40,000 km; 2,510,000 mi wrt Saturn)
02/05/2006 20 Farthest distance (4,100,000 km; 2,600,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 20.
02/24/2006 21 Cassini short engine burn number 52 to stay on course
02/25/2006 21 Distant Flyby (altitude = 68,000 km; 42,000 mi) of moon Helene
02/25/2006 21 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (340,000 km; 210,000 mi wrt Saturn)
02/25/2006 21 Closest distance (338,000 km; 210,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 21
02/27/2006 21 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,800 km; 1,100 mi) of moon Titan
03/01/2006 21 Cassini short engine burn number 53 to stay on course
03/05/2006 21 Cassini short engine burn number 54 to stay on course
03/09/2006 21 Farthest distance (2,900,000 km; 1,800,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 21.
03/12/2006 22 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (2,740,000 km; 1,700,000 mi wrt Saturn)
03/15/2006 22 Cassini short engine burn number 55 to stay on course
03/19/2006 22 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind the moon Titan
03/19/2006 22 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind the moon Titan
03/19/2006 22 Close Flyby (altitude = 2,000 km; 1,200 mi) of moon Titan
03/20/2006 22 Closest distance (332,000 km; 206,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 22
03/20/2006 22 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (340,000 km; 210,000 mi wrt Saturn)
03/21/2006 22 Distant Flyby (altitude = 82,000 km; 51,000 mi) of moon Rhea
03/21/2006 22 Cassini short engine burn number 56 to stay on course
04/05/2006 22 Cassini short engine burn number 57 to stay on course
04/09/2006 22 Farthest distance (4,100,000 km; 2,600,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 22.
04/22/2006 23 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (2,720,000 km; 1,690,000 mi wrt Saturn)
04/26/2006 23 Cassini short engine burn number 58 to stay on course
04/28/2006 23 Closest distance (332,000 km; 206,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 23
04/29/2006 23 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (340,000 km; 210,000 mi wrt Saturn)
04/30/2006 23 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,900 km; 1,200 mi) of moon Titan
04/30/2006 23 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind the moon Titan
04/30/2006 23 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind the moon Titan
05/03/2006 23 Cassini short engine burn number 59 to stay on course
05/07/2006 23 Cassini short engine burn number 60 to stay on course
05/10/2006 23 Farthest distance (2,900,000 km; 1,800,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 23.
05/17/2006 24 Cassini short engine burn number 61 to stay on course
05/20/2006 24 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,370,000 km; 850,000 mi wrt Saturn)
05/20/2006 24 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind the moon Titan
05/20/2006 24 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind the moon Titan
05/20/2006 24 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,900 km; 1,200 mi) of moon Titan
05/22/2006 24 Closest distance (332,000 km; 206,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 24
05/22/2006 24 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration
05/22/2006 24 Distant Flyby (altitude = 64,000 km; 40,000 mi) of moon Polydeuces
05/22/2006 24 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (390,000 km; 250,000 mi wrt Saturn)
05/23/2006 24 Cassini short engine burn number 62 to stay on course
06/07/2006 24 Cassini short engine burn number 63 to stay on course
06/10/2006 24 Farthest distance (4,100,000 km; 2,600,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 24.
06/28/2006 25 Cassini short engine burn number 64 to stay on course
06/29/2006 25 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,60,000 km; 660,000 mi wrt Saturn)
06/30/2006 25 Closest distance (326,000 km; 202,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 25
06/30/2006 25 Protective measures to ensure safe passage through area of increased Ring particle concentration
06/30/2006 25 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (430,000 km; 260,000 mi wrt Saturn)
07/02/2006 25 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind the moon Titan
07/02/2006 25 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind the moon Titan
07/02/2006 25 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,900 km; 1,200 mi) of moon Titan
07/05/2006 25 Cassini short engine burn number 65 to stay on course
07/10/2006 25 Cassini short engine burn number 66 to stay on course
07/12/2006 25 Farthest distance (2,900,000 km; 1,800,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 25.
07/18/2006 26 Cassini short engine burn number 67 to stay on course
07/22/2006 26 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,000 km; 600 mi) of moon Titan
07/22/2006 26 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,210,000 km; 750,000 mi wrt Saturn)
07/23/2006 26 Distant Flyby (altitude = 120,000 km; 74,000 mi) of moon Tethys
07/23/2006 26 Closest distance (253,000 km; 157,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 26
07/24/2006 26 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (290,000 km; 180,000 mi wrt Saturn)
07/24/2006 26 Distant Flyby (altitude = 45,000 km; 28,000 mi) of moon Telesto
07/24/2006 26 Cassini short engine burn number 68 to stay on course
08/01/2006 26 Cassini short engine burn number 69 to stay on course
08/04/2006 26 Farthest distance (3,0,000 km; 1,800,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 26.
08/15/2006 27 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,200,000 km; 750,000 mi wrt Saturn)
08/16/2006 27 Closest distance (253,000 km; 157,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 27
08/17/2006 27 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (290,000 km; 180,000 mi wrt Saturn)
08/17/2006 27 Distant Flyby (altitude = 49,000 km; 31,000 mi) of moon Helene
08/28/2006 27 Farthest distance (2,900,000 km; 1,800,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 27.
09/04/2006 28 Cassini short engine burn number 70 to stay on course
09/07/2006 28 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,000 km; 600 mi) of moon Titan
09/07/2006 28 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,230,000 km; 770,000 mi wrt Saturn)
09/09/2006 28 Distant Flyby (altitude = 116,000 km; 72,000 mi) of moon Atlas
09/09/2006 28 Closest distance (175,000 km; 109,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 28
09/09/2006 28 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (190,000 km; 120,000 mi wrt Saturn)
09/09/2006 28 Distant Flyby (altitude = 12,000 km; 7,000 mi) of moon Methone
09/09/2006 28 Distant Flyby (altitude = 109,000 km; 68,000 mi) of moon Calypso
09/09/2006 28 Distant Flyby (altitude = 40,000 km; 25,000 mi) of moon Enceladus
09/10/2006 28 Cassini short engine burn number 71 to stay on course
09/14/2006 28 Cassini short engine burn number 72 to stay on course
09/14/2006 28 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
09/14/2006 28 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
09/15/2006 28 Cassini views the Sun as it passes behind Saturn
09/15/2006 28 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
09/15/2006 28 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn's Rings
09/16/2006 28 Cassini views the Earth as it passes behind Saturn
09/17/2006 28 Farthest distance (2,300,000 km; 1,400,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 28.
09/20/2006 29 Cassini short engine burn number 73 to stay on course
09/23/2006 29 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,000 km; 600 mi) of moon Titan
09/23/2006 29 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,240,000 km; 770,000 mi wrt Saturn)
09/25/2006 29 Closest distance (241,000 km; 150,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 29
09/25/2006 29 Distant Flyby (altitude = 65,000 km; 40,000 mi) of moon Methone
09/25/2006 29 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (260,000 km; 160,000 mi wrt Saturn)
09/26/2006 29 Cassini short engine burn number 74 to stay on course
10/01/2006 29 Cassini short engine burn number 75 to stay on course
10/03/2006 29 Farthest distance (2,200,000 km; 1,400,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 29.
10/06/2006 30 Cassini short engine burn number 76 to stay on course
10/09/2006 30 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,000 km; 600 mi) of moon Titan
10/09/2006 30 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,240,000 km; 770,000 mi wrt Saturn)
10/11/2006 30 Closest distance (332,000 km; 206,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 30
10/12/2006 30 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (370,000 km; 230,000 mi wrt Saturn)
10/12/2006 30 Cassini short engine burn number 77 to stay on course
10/17/2006 30 Cassini short engine burn number 78 to stay on course
10/19/2006 30 Farthest distance (2,100,000 km; 1,300,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 30.
10/22/2006 31 Cassini short engine burn number 79 to stay on course
10/25/2006 31 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,000 km; 600 mi) of moon Titan
10/25/2006 31 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,250,000 km; 780,000 mi wrt Saturn)
10/28/2006 31 Closest distance (284,000 km; 176,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 31
10/28/2006 31 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (300,000 km; 190,000 mi wrt Saturn)
10/28/2006 31 Distant Flyby (altitude = 123,000 km; 76,000 mi) of moon Telesto
11/03/2006 31 Farthest distance (1,700,000 km; 1,100,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 31.
11/06/2006 32 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,250,000 km; 780,000 mi wrt Saturn)
11/09/2006 32 Closest distance (284,000 km; 176,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 32
11/09/2006 32 Distant Flyby (altitude = 95,000 km; 59,000 mi) of moon Enceladus
11/09/2006 32 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (300,000 km; 190,000 mi wrt Saturn)
11/09/2006 32 Distant Flyby (altitude = 112,000 km; 70,000 mi) of moon Calypso
11/09/2006 32 Cassini short engine burn number 80 to stay on course
11/14/2006 32 Farthest distance (1,700,000 km; 1,100,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 32.
11/18/2006 33 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,250,000 km; 770,000 mi wrt Saturn)
11/20/2006 33 Closest distance (284,000 km; 176,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 33
11/21/2006 33 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (300,000 km; 190,000 mi wrt Saturn)
11/21/2006 33 Distant Flyby (altitude = 72,000 km; 45,000 mi) of moon Dione
11/26/2006 33 Cassini short engine burn number 81 to stay on course
11/26/2006 33 Farthest distance (1,700,000 km; 1,100,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 33.
11/30/2006 34 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,250,000 km; 770,000 mi wrt Saturn)
12/02/2006 34 Closest distance (284,000 km; 176,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 34
12/03/2006 34 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (300,000 km; 190,000 mi wrt Saturn)
12/03/2006 34 Distant Flyby (altitude = 97,000 km; 60,000 mi) of moon Telesto
12/08/2006 34 Farthest distance (1,700,000 km; 1,100,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 34.
12/09/2006 35 Cassini short engine burn number 82 to stay on course
12/12/2006 35 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,000 km; 600 mi) of moon Titan
12/12/2006 35 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,250,000 km; 780,000 mi wrt Saturn)
12/15/2006 35 Closest distance (465,000 km; 289,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 35
12/15/2006 35 Cassini short engine burn number 83 to stay on course
12/15/2006 35 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (540,000 km; 340,000 mi wrt Saturn)
12/20/2006 35 Cassini short engine burn number 84 to stay on course
12/22/2006 35 Farthest distance (2,0,000 km; 1,200,000 mi) from Saturn. Start rev number 35.
12/25/2006 36 Cassini short engine burn number 85 to stay on course
12/28/2006 36 Close Flyby (altitude = 1,500 km; 900 mi) of moon Titan
12/28/2006 36 Cassini passage through Ring plane [North to South] (1,250,000 km; 780,000 mi wrt Saturn)
12/31/2006 36 Cassini short engine burn number 86 to stay on course
12/31/2006 36 Closest distance (591,000 km; 367,000 mi) to Saturn on rev number 36
12/31/2006 36 Cassini passage through Ring plane [South to North] (700,000 km; 440,000 mi wrt Saturn)
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Орбита
"Действия космического аппарата Кассини-Гюйгенс"

Хронология за 2004-2006 года
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