The Cassini spacecraft, which features a camera and instruments designed by University of Arizona scientists, hurtled into Saturn after a seven-year mission to analyze the planet and its moons. According to NASA, "On Sept. 15, 2017, the spacecraft will make its final approach to the giant planet Saturn. But this encounter will be like no other. This time, Cassini will dive into the planet’s atmosphere, sending science data for as long as its small thrusters can keep the spacecraft’s antenna pointed at Earth. Soon after, Cassini will burn up and disintegrate like a meteor."