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Quick note from everyone at Rogue Exposure – we would like to give a Starfinder tip-of-the-hat to everyone at NASA involved in the Cassini mission. The flight just ended after almost 20 years in space, pioneering our understanding of the planet Saturn. Here’s to you, the team of Cassini. You have done us all proud.

 

[Dead Suns Spoilers Ahead]

It’s time to light this candle and take the new ship out to see what trouble the crew can stir up. The drift rock and Acreon await the heroes, along with more than a few unanswered questions and perils on the derelict starship. Find out what’s happened and how much AJ and Ava like salt water.

 

Cassini End of Mission
Cassini program manager at JPL, Earl Maize, left, and spacecraft operations team manager for the Cassini mission at Saturn, Julie Webster embrace after the Cassini spacecraft plunged into Saturn, Friday, Sept. 15, 2017 at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.

Image Credit: NASA (One of the last images of Saturn from Cassini)

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