FluffyBug wrote: Scientists expect to lose contact with the probe at around 12.55pm UK time as Cassini begins to feel the effects of drag from Saturn's atmosphere and starts to tumble, causing its dish antenna to lose sight of Earth.
At this point the craft will be roughly 930 miles above the planet's cloud tops. From then on, Cassini will start to burn like a meteor and tear apart. Within two minutes of signal loss the probe will be completely consumed.
No parts will hit Saturn.
What if some species live 930 miles above planet surface , did NASA think about that ? Nope , NASA never think about that , if they kill something or not they do not care
Our garbage must be sent back to our planet not to another, we do not own universe