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The recording starts with the patter of a summer squall. Later, a drifting tone like that of a not-quite-tuned-in radio station rises and for a while drowns out the patter. These are the sounds encountered by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft as it dove the gap between Saturn and its innermost ring on April 26, the first of 22 such encounters before it will plunge into atmosphere in September. What Cassini did not detect were many of the collisions of dust particles hitting the spacecraft it passed through the plane of the ringsen the charged particles oscillate in unison.

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Mauna Loa, the biggest volcano on Earth — and one of the most active — covers half the Island of Hawaii. Just 35 miles to the northeast, Mauna Kea, known to native Hawaiians as Mauna a Wakea, rises nearly 14,000 feet above sea level. To them it repre sents a spiritual connection between our planet and the heavens above. These volcanoes, which have beguiled millions of tourists visiting the Hawaiian islands, have also plagued scientists with a long-running mystery: If they are so close together, how did they develop in two parallel tracks along the Hawaiian-Emperor chain formed over the same hot spot in the Pacific Ocean — and why are their chemical compositions so different? "We knew this was related to something much deeper, but we couldn’t see what,” said Tim Jones.

The recording starts with the patter of a summer squall. Later, a drifting tone like that of a not-quite-tuned-in radio station rises and for a while drowns out the patter. These are the sounds encountered by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft as it dove the gap between Saturn and its innermost ring on April 26, the first of 22 such encounters before it will plunge into atmosphere in September. What Cassini did not detect were many of the collisions of dust particles hitting the spacecraft it passed through the plane of the ringsen the charged particles oscillate in unison.

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