Dr Earl Maize, Nasa's Cassini programme manager, told the BBC: "If Cassini runs out of fuel it would be uncontrolled and the possibility that it could crash-land on the moons of Titan and/or Enceladus are unacceptably high.
For the sake of argument, would that be such a bad thing? If we could try a somewhat controlled crash landing on one of those moons, maybe there would be some wreckage to find and study in 2317.
Well, obviously we have giant butterflies in CA. They's climbin' in your windows, They's snatchin' your people up, tryin' to steal 'em. So y'all need to hide your kids, hide your stars, and hide your coaches cause they're grabin' everybody out here.