A Netherlands-based director has taken images from NASA's Cassini and Orbiter satellites to create an amazing new video of Saturn entitled "Outer Space."
The two-minute montage of images by Sander van den Berg is set to "That Home," an instrumental performed by the British jazz and electronic band The Cinematic Orchestra.
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About 45 seconds into the video, you can see space debris crashing into Saturn's rings. Then, about a minute into the video, van den Berg captures images of gas geysers exploding on the solar system's second largest planet, according to Yahoo! News.
You can view some of Cassini's raw images of Saturn posted by NASA. The space agency has also posted some of the original images of Saturn's ring system taken from Voyager 1.
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On Tuesday, NASA announced that scientists analyzing data from Cassini had found half-mile sized objects colliding with one of Saturn's main rings, leaving behind "glittering trails" between 20 and 110 miles long, according to The Huffington Post.
The Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 twin spacecraft launched in 1977 and explored Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune as they made their way to the outer edges of the solar system.
Cassini launched in 1997 and arrived at Saturn in 2004. The spacecraft's mission has been extended twice, and is currently scheduled to run through 2017, according to NASA.