In 2004 the NASA space probe Cassini arrived at Saturn on a mission to study the ringed planet, its moons and its rings. Since then Cassini has made major discoveries, transforming our understanding of the Saturnian system but also giving us a wider appreciation of the history of the solar system. For writ large across the frozen surfaces of Saturn's moons, unchanged for billions of years, is a history of violent impacts and momentous events. Titan, Saturn's largest moon, is surprisingly similar to the ancient Earth, but with liquid hydrocarbons playing the role of water. And the tiny moon Enceladus gushes fountains, probably from a warm underground ocean. I made this video to share some images of Enceladus and Titan, plus some of the beautiful ringed planet itself. Adding music gave the images a different dimension, and I hope you enjoy the video, which I put together on a PC. You may also enjoy Part One: Six Moons, at vimeo.com/79869998. I would like to dedicate this video to the brilliant men and women of NASA/JPL, who made Cassini possible. Thank you so much.

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