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Friday, December 03, 2004


How's this for space porn eh? Gotta love Cassini

In a splendid portrait created by light and gravity, Saturn's lonely moon Mimas is seen against the cool, blue-streaked backdrop of Saturn's northern hemisphere. Delicate shadows cast by the rings arc gracefully across the planet, fading into darkness on Saturn's night side.
From the NASA site.


At 12/04/2004 02:59:00 PM, Blogger GeorgeDarroch said...

What a beautiful universe aye?
And we mess up the tiny blue biosphere we inhabit, something we can't even share properly.

"The greatest proof of intelligent life is that it hasn't bothered to reach us yet".


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