The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences honors NASA's Cassini spacecraft and nominates her for an Emmy Prize for her death in the upper atmosphere of Saturn. It was baptized Cassini's "Grand Finale" and included sending the probe into the unexplored area between Saturn's rings and its boiling atmosphere, an event that was treated live.
Cassini is nominated in the Outstanding Original Interactive Program category, recognizing the months-long campaign that NASA has created to celebrate the long-standing achievements of this important spacecraft. The Cassini-Huygens Mission began in 1997 and eventually arrived at Saturn in 2004. She spent 13 years studying this mysterious gas giant.
As Cassini neared the end of its life, NASA decided to use the spacecraft. One last jump into the Saturnian atmosphere, which had the added benefit of preventing Saturn's spaceship from contaminating many moons. This is important because scientists believe that there could be life potential on Titan and especially Enceladus.
"The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has nominated NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, for the Outstanding Original Interactive Program. The grand finale of Saturn's Cassini mission, including news, web, education, television, and social media Efforts, "NASA said in a statement. "In 201
"Cassini's First Daring Dive Into the unexplored space between the giant planet and its rings launched the campaign on April 26, 2017, "the statement adds. It culminated on September 15, 2017 with a live coverage of Cassini's immersion in the Saturn atmosphere with the probe back to science until the very last second. "
NASA ran a" multi-faceted "campaign, with constant updates via social media such as Twitter and Facebook, as well as updates on the Cassini website containing live broadcasts of social, web, and TV programs, and NASA interacted with them There were several 360-degree videos, including the first 360-degree livestream of a mission mission from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory's mission control.
"The Primetime Emmys will be broadcast by the Academy of Television Arts on September 9 and Creative Arts in Los Angeles 17. Creative Arts Emmys, which includes interactive prizes, will be presented at a separate ceremony on Saturday, September 15, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, "NASA said." The Cassini-Huygens mission is a collaborative project between NASA, ESA (European Space Agency) and the Italian Space Agency. JPL, a division of Caltech in Pasadena, heads the mission for NASA's Washington Mission. JPL designed, developed and developed the Cassini Orbiter. "