NASA's Cassini Spacruff in the Sky over Saturn was destroyed after a 20-year journey

American space agency NASA's Cassini Spacrufft was destroyed on Saturn on Friday after a 20-year spectacular journey into space. On Friday morning the signal from Specraffic suddenly stopped coming. Cassini spacecraft was destroyed like a meteorite mass. It was in the orbit of Saturn.

Cassini was sent for space research in 1997. About 83 minutes after its destruction, its news came to Earth. Cassini was the only Spacruck to date which reached the orbit of Saturn. He showed the Saturn planet, its rings and its moons closely. Cassini took the last pictures of Saturn's planet on Thursday. He entered the atmosphere of Saturn on Friday morning.

In a formal declaration of the end of the Cassini expedition, Program Manager Earl Table said, "It was an incredible mission, it was a wonderful spacecraft and you are all incredible team. I will call it the end of the mission. ' On this occasion, the Cassini watcher team was wearing purple colored shirts and they embraced each other and shook their hands.

More than 1500 people gathered in California's Jet Propulsion Lab, most of whom were former or existing members of the Cassini missions team. These people celebrated the end of the mission.

Project Scientist Linda Spilkar pointed out that for 13 years on the planet Saturn, Cassini sat on the marathon scientific investigation. He said that we are here to celebrate here because Cassini has completed our journey.

At the time the SPSCRAFT was destroyed, its speed was more than 1,22,000 kilometers per hour. After spending 13 years in the orbit of Saturn, Cassini's fuel tank started to finish. After this, NASA named it Grand Finale.

Cassini left Spacraatt in 1997. In 2004, it reached Saturn, the second largest planet in the solar system. In 2005, it landed on Saturn's largest moon Titan. No spacruck has been fixed so far from the earth. Cassini took more than 4, 53, 000 photos and traveled a total of 4.9 billion miles. It was an international campaign in which 27 countries participated. This campaign spent $ 3.9 billion.