The NASA Cassini spacecraft completed its mission exploring Saturn in September 2017. During its 13 years orbiting Saturn, Cassini has provided a wealth of images and information on Saturn, its rings, and very unique moons. Our views and understanding of Saturn’s system have dramatically changed but many questions remain. In this presentation, Len Duda focuses on the many images Cassini acquired of the Saturn system.

Leonard Duda, PhD, retired from Sandia National Laboratories after 37 years. He has been involved with volunteer science education activities including a NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador, Science Olympiad, regional and state science fairs, and the Explora Science Center. He is a Grand Awards judge co-chair at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. In retirement, Duda continues his volunteer work and is a part-time educator at Explora.