That's it. The space probe Cassini's epic mission exploring Saturn is over!
And here is the amazing final picture that it sent back to Earth, before crashing into the ringed planet's atmosphere and destroying itself.
Its journey had to come to an end because the probe had run out of fuel. It is just one month before it would have been the 20th anniversary of its launch.
The team behind the Cassini mission at a laboratory in California in America clapped and hugged each other after the final signal was received at 11:55 and 46 seconds.
"This has been an incredible mission, an incredible spacecraft, you're an incredible team," said the Cassini programme manager Earl Maize.
Saturn is such a long way from Earth, that the probe had actually already been destroyed for 83 minutes by the time this final picture reached Earth.
It has been on its mission since 1997 when it set off, arriving in orbit around Saturn in 2004.
In April this year, it started its final challenge which was to dive between the planet and its rings to capture pictures of what it looks like. It completed 22 of these amazing dives.
But now, it is all over and the picture at the top of this page will go down in history, marking the end of a truly remarkable space mission by the probe.
So long, Cassini!