NASA's Going To South Pole Of Moon Off Saturn For Dinner Tonight

“This flyby is primarily designed for Cassini’s ion and neutral mass spectrometer, which will attempt to ‘taste’ particles from the jets. Scientists using this spectrometer will utilize the data to learn more about the composition, density and variability of the plume. The Cassini plasma spectrometer, which team members worked to return to service so it could gather high-priority measurements during this flyby, will also be analyzing Saturn’s magnetic and plasma environment near Enceladus and sampling the plume material near closest approach.”
 — Anthony Bourdain, the ion and neutral mass spectrometer on NASA’s Cassini spacecraft laughs at you and your provincial palette.