Cassini, the spacecraft responsible for spectacular images of Saturn and its moons, is expected to dive into Saturn's atmosphere and burn up on September 15th, 2017. To prepare for this grand finale, it has begun maneuvering to higher altitudes, way above Saturn's rings and equator. In fact, it's just finished making its second maneuver on January 23rd, which took 90 minutes overall. Three more maneuvers will follow until it's near enough the planet's moon Titan so that its gravity can pull Cassini up. The spacecraft's target location is a certain altitude and latitude above the moon.